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Exploring LA City Archives

Ever wonder what 45,000 square feet of records looks like? Read>

TAMI Joins UH for National Women's Conference Commemoration

The Texas Archive of the Moving Image will join the University of Houston at this conference to collect film and videotape documenting the 1977 National Women's Conference and the lives of those who attended. Read>

 

AMIA Member AVPreserve receive award

DPN + AVPreserve Collaboration wins 2017 NDSA Innovation Award. Read>

The current AMIA Supplier Directory

Check out the latest Supplier Directory HERE

Fall Membership Directory

Looking for an AMIA member? Check out the Fall Membership Directory here

2017 Travel Grants

The AMIA/SFSFF Travel Grant and the AMIA Community Fund Travel Grants offer reimbursement of up to $1,000 for travel and other expenses but differ slightly in the full package.  You may apply for both grants, but must apply separately and the statement information is different for each application.

Thank you to the San Francisco Silent Film Festival; a Western Digital Brand; Roundabout Entertainment, and DigiPres Labs for support of AMIA's travel grant program.

 

Archivists Promote AXF as Standard to End Metadata Issues

Migrating physical elements often leaves out information important for the future, and metadata generated in the course of the project isn’t always documented, leading to problems linking the metadata to digital audio-video. Read>

New Software Tackles Scratch Removal for Film Restoration

At The Reel Thing, an AMIA (Association of Moving Image Archivists) conference, Hollywood technologists and filmmakers gathered to hear presentations on challenges in restoration, remastering and archiving. Read>

AMIA 2017

New Orleans - November 29-December 2

Call for Pop-Up Sessions - http://www.amiaconference.net/call-for-proposals-amia-2017-pop-up-sessions/

Call for Posters:  http://www.amiaconference.net/amia-2017-call-for-posters/

www.AMIAConference.org

IBM's Plan To Encrypt Unthinkable Amounts of Sensitive Data

...hackers have compromised around nine billion digital data records since 2013...READ>

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