File BNMI.1G.16 - "Digital Media Management" : [agenda]

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"Digital Media Management" : [agenda]

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pfla BNMI-BNMI.1-BNMI.1G-BNMI.1G.16

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File consists of two copies of the agenda for the summit, which took place November 4-6, 2001. The program description reads: "Digital Media Management explored best practices in media asset production and management in the digital era. It was a practical look at a topic with deep philosophical underpinnings. How have convergence and digitization changed the production process in fundamental ways? How can we manage projects that include software, media production and new media outputs? This event looked at the relationships between the media we are currently producing, and the data storage strategies necessary to access and repurpose it. How can we best build data repositories? What do we save from what we produce and in what format? How do we know a work is finished, how do we deal with versions? How can we verify sources; is authenticity relevant? How do we include media into archives? What are the software strategies for media production management? For archiving? How can we create the tools to find what we need in digital archives and databases? What computer science and engineering challenges need to be solved in order to provide elegant production, storage and related distribution challenges? Can we improve on existing management systems? How and if so, can we communicate these enhanced processes to others?

This event was a practical follow-up on the August, 2001 event, Unforgiving Memory. We shared the findings of the August event with participants in this workshop. We gathered convergent media producers, data base and archives developers, broadcasters, educators, policy makers and production managers at this small, high level summit."

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