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Wednesday, November 18 • 11:20am - 12:15pm
Cloud Computing and Storage Workflows for Digital Media

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The Vanderbilt Television News Archive (VTNA) is innovating and iterating several of its core workflows by adopting cloud computing and storage for more reliable and streamlined digital media management. Using Amazon Web Services, Trint, and OrangeLogic, the VTNA has switched from several analog or manual tasks to partial or complete automation. This panel consists of practitioners who have learned these new tools and completely transformed their previous workflows. The panel will discuss how server-less functions, automated speech recognition, machine learning, and modern DAMS have made their work easier, but also present new challenges.

Speakers
avatar for Dana Currier

Dana Currier

Vanderbilt Television News Archive
Dana Currier has been with the Vanderbilt Television News Archive since 2002. Starting out writing short abstracts for each individual news story, she is currently the Metadata Specialist and Student Supervisor. She manages a team of student workers transcribing evening news broadcasts... Read More →
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Jim Duran

Vanderbilt Television News Archive
Jim Duran started with the Vanderbilt Television News Archive in 2018, coming from Boise State University where he spent 10 years in Special Collections and University Archives. He is the Director of the Archive and is also the Curator of Born-Digital collections. Duran has master’s... Read More →
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Nathan Jones

Vanderbilt Television News Archive
Nathan Jones is relatively new to his role as Curator of Television News Collections. In his six years at Vanderbilt, he has transitioned from medical librarian, to archivist. Archivist by heart, librarian by training, he is happy to have found his place in Vanderbilt Television News... Read More →
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Steve Davis

Vanderbilt Television News Archive
Steve Davis joined the Vanderbilt Television News Archive in December of 2002 to work on the digitization of the collection from ¾ U-Matic tape. Previous to joining the archive, he was director of the Media Center at Augusta College, and a producer-director for PBS affiliate WSKG-TV... Read More →


Wednesday November 18, 2020 11:20am - 12:15pm PST
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