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Thursday, November 19 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
AV Digitization Projects: Tools and Strategies for Enhancing Impact and Engagement

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4,000 assets created by 230 different television and radio stations over a seventy-year period, stored on twenty-five different media formats, digitized and made accessible through a three-institution partnership during a pandemic. What could possibly go wrong? Four participants in this collaborative effort will discuss their contributions to the project, including innovative tools, evolving procedures, and collaborative strategies. They will also speak to the policies and tactics that have allowed the project to remain on track during the pandemic. Key topics include obtaining permissions from rights holders; creating and correcting speech-to-text transcripts, managing a remote workforce; conducting research during Covid-19 and curating an online exhibit; and digital asset management and quality control. Session sponsored by the News/TV/Docs committee.

Speakers
avatar for Kathleen Carter

Kathleen Carter

Brown Media Archives, University of Georgia
Kathleen Carter is a Processing Metadata Associate for the University of Georgia Libraries' Brown Media Archives. She received her MS in Library Science with a concentration in archives management at Simmons University.
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Mary Miller

Brown Media Archives, University of Georgia
Mary Miller is the Peabody Awards Archivist and Metadata Librarian in the University of Georgia's Walter J. Brown Media Archives.
avatar for Miranda Villesvik

Miranda Villesvik

GBH
Miranda Villesvik grew up in the Seattle area, and now lives in Boston, MA, where she works as a Senior Archivist at GBH (formerly known as WGBH). She enjoys working on large-scale digitization and metadata projects and is always interested in learning more about how to make materials... Read More →
avatar for Sally Smith

Sally Smith

UNC School of Information and Library Science
Sally Smith is a current MSLS student at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She is the author of a forthcoming exhibit for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting on the representation of Native Americans in public broadcasting. She previously worked as a student assistant... Read More →
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Thomas May

Brown Media Archives, University of Georgia
Thomas May is an Audiovisual Technician at the Walter J. Brown Media Archives at the University of Georgia. He received his A.B. in Entertainment and Media Studies from Grady College at UGA and is currently enrolled in the MLIS program at Valdosta State University.


Thursday November 19, 2020 11:15am - 12:15pm PST
Stage B