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  • Christina Meninger 2:12 am on April 30, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: audio, , , digital asset management,   

    “How the Pop-Up Radio Archive is Saving Culture” 

    Here is an article I thought others would be interested in reading.

    “How the Pop-Up Radio Archive is Saving Culture”

    “The Pop-Up Radio Archive includes three main components: long-term storage of digital files, a standardized metadata system, and optional online publishing, all managed by an easy-to-use web-based management interface.”

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    • Frank Baldaro 8:12 pm on May 3, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      I hadn’t heard of the Kitchen Sisters before (are they related to the Kitchen Cousins or the Property Brothers? I smell an HGTV tie-in…). This project sounds really valuable. They’re using Omeka for their CMS and PBCore for their metadata schema, as well as social-media-driven SoundCloud. We hadn’t discussed the latter application, but it’s a fabulous, and easy, way to publish, edit, and annotate sound files. Plus, it’s Web 2.0-driven, meaning you can share your work with others, “follow” them, and even download their files. They’ve got a really nice iPhone app, and an even more sophisticated iPad one. Might be a program Chris could utilize at some point…

  • Jeff Walloch 9:53 pm on March 1, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: digital asset management,   

    A DAM list 

    Links to digital asset management software:

    Open Source

    http://www.opensourcedigitalassetmanagement.org/reviews/available-open-source-dam/

    Proprietary

    http://www.jazdcommunications.com/commtech/leaf/Asset-Tracking-and-Automatic-Data-Capture/Asset-Management/Digital-Asset-Management-Software.htm

     
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