Taking place from May 21–23, Screening the Future Conference 2012 will bring people from all over the world to the University of Southern California, Ronald Tutor Campus Center in Los Angeles to talk and learn about the state of the art in digital audiovisual conservation. The event will assemble more than 250 leading archivists, production companies, filmmakers, TV producers, CTOs, scientists, vendors, strategists, funders, and policy makers to develop solutions to the most urgent questions facing audiovisual repositories. Conference participants will help set the future research and policy agenda for AV preservation, and will benefit from interacting with leading institutions. With a timely theme of Play, Pause, and Press Forward, this year’s conference will look at the current and upcoming prospects and strategies for preserving and sharing an ever larger world of audiovisual content. Digital archiving is the link between our past and present and the future, and the conference will discuss realities that encompass topics as diverse as technology, standards, the expectations of users, archival costs, and the increasingly complex interaction between organizations, technologies, and funding models.
Speakers include: Stephen Abrams (University of California), Matthew Addis (IT Innovation), Bruce Ambacher (University of Maryland), Howard Besser (NYU), Karen Cariani (WGBH), Scott Gilmore (Walt Disney), Sam Gustman (USC Digital Repository), Rob Hummel (Legend 3D), Brewster Kahle (Internet Archive), Andrea Kalas (Paramount Pictures), Peter Kaufman (Intelligent Television), Louis King (Yale University), Pip Laurenson (Tate Gallery), Mark Lemmons (Thought Equity Motion), Jazz at Lincoln Center (invited), Kara van Malssen (AudioVisual Preservation Solutions), Lev Manovich (University of California), Deanna Marcum (Ithaka R+S), Paul Miller (Cloud of Data), Ben Moskowitz (Mozilla Foundation), Jan Müller (PrestoCentre Foundation), Kay Niewood (Jazz at Lincoln Center), David Rosenthal (Stanford University), Nan Rubin (Community Media Services), Raivo Ruusalepp (Estonian Business Archives), Andrew G. Setos (Blackstar Engineering Inc.), James Snyder (Library of Congress) (invited), Sundance Institute (invited), Daniel Teruggi (PrestoPRIME project), Bill Thompson (BBC), Jeff Ubois (MacArthur Foundation)
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Issue：TELDAP e-Newsletter (April, 2012) Publish Date：04/15 /2012 First Issue：02/15 /2007（Published on 15th every 2 months）
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