Na de bevrijding XL: Expanding a Historical Television Series with Archival Sources

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Public service broadcaster NTR created a seven-part television series about the first five years after World War II in The Netherlands. The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, media museum and national audiovisual archive, cooperated with NTR to provide an expanded, interactive version of the TV series. This mobile site provides full access to the films, soundtracks, photos and newspaper articles used in the series, related to specific temporally segmented parts of each episode.
A presentation at the LIME workshop of ESWC 2014.

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Na de bevrijding XL: Expanding a Historical Television Series with Archival Sources

  1. 1. Na de bevrijding XL: Expanding a Historical Television Series with Archival Sources 25-5-2014 Lotte Belice Baltussen | R&D, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision LiME @ ESWC | 25 May 2014 | Heraklion, Crete Co-authors: Erwin Verbruggen, Brigitte Jansen, Johan Oomen | S&V Bauke Freiburg | Videodock Liesbeth van de Kar | NTR
  2. 2. Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid Sound and Vision • 70% of Dutch AV heritage • > 850,000 hours • 2M photos •20,000 objects • Large paper archives
  3. 3. NTR • Dutch public broadcaster • focus on information, education, culture • special attention for youth and diversity
  4. 4. Na de bevrijding XL 25-5-2014 • Enriched version of Na de bevrijding, a 7-part NTR series on about the five years after WWII • Original sources: films, soundtracks, photos & newspaper articles used in the series and as research material. • From official archives (45) to personal collections (35). • Tablet-first development: more and more tv-viewers use tablet during and after viewing
  5. 5. Development • Front-end: HTML5 • Back-end data: Google Drive • Content: Amazon S3 for hosting
  6. 6. USABILITY STUDIES • Think-aloud sessions 60-90 minutes • 3 women (age: 38 (2x), 58), 2 men (age: 64, 66) • Google Analytics • Outcomes: users pick & choose enrichments based on interests • Substantial % use app > 10 minutes
  7. 7. FUTURE WORK • From 7 programmes to one million hours • From hypermanual to hypermedia (e.g. LinkedTV/AXES approach) • shot- and scene segmentation • concept detection in ASR/subs • white-listed enrichments based on NEs (e.g. use Dutch Europeana aggregators) • Issues • Super-dispersed white-list of archives (not to mention personal archives) • Scale • Relevance determination • User needs differ per genre and even per programme
  8. 8. Thanks! Hat-tip to the project team at S&V, NTR & Videodock! @lottebelice | lbbaltussen@beeldengeluid.nl @benglabs

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