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Titre Presentation typetrier par ordre décroissant Surname (author 1) Pays Date Start time Venue
The Birth of Stereophonic Recording spoken paper Mountain UNITED STATES 29 Sept Tuesday 1 230 Salle 70
One for All: Permanent Refreshment for Acetate Media spoken paper Wallaszkovits AUSTRIA 30 Sept Wednesday 1 630 Salle 70
Opening the virtual doors of the Ch. Cros Collection: making a hidden but unique heritage accessible spoken paper Deraze FRANCE 29 Sept Tuesday 930 Grand Auditorium
Securing future access to audio-visual contents
- A European consortium’s response to preservation challenges spoken paper Brudeli NORWAY 30 Sept Wednesday 1 630 Grand Auditorium
Preservation of audiovisual material at the BnF spoken paper Theron FRANCE 30 Sept Wednesday 1 700 Salle 70
Enhancing the discovery of Europe’s sound archives spoken paper Ranft UNITED KINGDOM 1 Oct Thursday 1 230 Grand Auditorium
Revealing a Hidden Collection: Collaborative Cataloging of Arabic 78s in the Archive of World Music spoken paper Laurence UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 430 Grand Auditorium
Scanning analogue optical soundtracks spoken paper Danner GERMANY 30 Sept Wednesday 1 730 Salle 70
Conserver et donner accès aux documents multimédia sur disque optique : l’exemple de la BnF spoken paper Humblot FRANCE 29 Sept Tuesday 1 030 Grand Auditorium
Legal deposit practices at Makerere University Library: how the audiovisual collection is treated? spoken paper Naluwooza UGANDA 29 Sept Tuesday 1 130 Grand Auditorium
Developing Sustainable AMI Collection Policies at the New York Public Library spoken paper Hiam UNITED STATES 27 Sept Sunday 1 430 Belvedere 2
Common concerns and shared solutions: the potential synergies with the music industry spoken paper Linehan UNITED KINGDOM 1 Oct Thursday 930 Grand Auditorium
Extending the Reach of Audiovisual Sources in the American South spoken paper Titkemeyer UNITED STATES 28 Sept Monday 1 700 Grand Auditorium
The Day the Music Didn't Die: Digital Audio Preservation at MIT Libraries spoken paper Rosko UNITED STATES 1 Oct Thursday 1 030 Grand Auditorium
New Technology, New-Old Issues: Adventures in creating, using, delivering and archiving a digital oral history collection spoken paper Bradley AUSTRALIA 28 Sept Monday 1 730 Grand Auditorium
La Sonotheque de Haute-Normandie spoken paper Parks FRANCE 1 Oct Thursday 1 130 Grand Auditorium
The Environmental Impact of Digital Preservation spoken paper Tadic UNITED STATES 29 Sept Tuesday 1 230 Grand Auditorium
From Granny to Google: digital transmission in the world of Irish traditional music spoken paper Toland IRELAND 1 Oct Thursday 1 200 Grand Auditorium
Building a UK National Preservation Network spoken paper Prentice UNITED KINGDOM 29 Sept Tuesday 1 000 Grand Auditorium
Styli over substance: Analysis of stylus size choices in transcription discs spoken paper Sueiro UNITED STATES 29 Sept Tuesday 1 130 Salle 70

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