BAAC annual conference in Tallinn 2022
Kadi Sikka, Film Archive of the National Archives of Estonia
Digital expansion of Soviet Estonian newsreels collection: Challenges and new perspectives
Evita Feldentāle, Audiovisual Department of the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia
Videotestimonies as a part of the museum educational projects – experience of the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia
Jolė Stimbirytė, Lithuanian Central State Archive
Website www.e-kinas.lt: new possibilities and challenges for re-use of audiovisual heritage
Zane Grosa, Audiovisual Collection, National Library of Latvia
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty digital collection – a history book provided by radio
BAAC annual conference in Riga 2019
Adina Ciocoiu (Europeana Foundation, Netherlands)
Quality of cultural heritage collections: the Europeana Publishing Framework coming of age
Alvis Dimitris (AS Fitek, Latvia))
AS FITEK experience in the preservation of cultural heritage
Oskars Gruziņš (University of Latvia Doctoral Candidate)
Analysis of Audiovisual Materials Utilizing Content Analysis Software: example of Children Born of War in Latvia
Kirsten de Hoog (EYE Filmmuseum, Netherlands)
Getting into the game: what Eye is doing to participate in projects like the Time Machine
Andris Ķesteris (President of the Baltic Federation in Canada)
A Canadian view: an overview of activities in the Latvian community in developing a local archive, digitization plans, partnerships and the eternal challenge of financing
Maija Krūmiņa (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Latvia)
Latvian National Oral History Archive: from collecting to disseminating
Tom Miles (The British Library, Great Britain)
Keynote presentation - …an aggregate of experience, which continually surprises us
Evita Feldentāle, Lelde Neimane (The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia)
An example and challenges of the exchange of content of descriptive information between Museums Audiovisual archives and The Baltic Video Archive of Stanford Libraries as a cooperation organization
Pēteris Paikens (Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia)
Keynote presentation – Perspectives of machine learning for audiovisual processing
Raivo Reigass (ALSO Latvia)
What newest technologies can bring to audiovisual materials?
Tedd Urnes (Teddview Audiovisual Archival Management team in Oslo, Norway)
A report of research in audiovisual archives for forgotten Norwegian soldiers killed and buried in Latvia during the Second World War
BAAC annual conference in Tallinn 2018
Tom Crane (Digirati Limited, UK)
Keynote presentation - Extending IIIF to time-based media
Sandra Fauconnier (Wikimedia Foundation, Belgium)
Keynote presentation - Structured Data on Wikimedia Commons – Structuring and linking the world's heritage (and more!)
Annika Loor, Kaisa Norak, Hagi Shein (Tallinn University, Estonia)
Options and outcomes of big data analysis of Estonian Film Database
Filip Šír, Anthony Allen
New Phonograph: Listening to the History of the Sound
Vahur Puik (Estonian Photographic Heritage Society)
Quest for digitisation quality – Estonian translation and implementation of FADGI guidelines
Rene Mäe (National Library of Estonia)
Neutralizing cyber-optimism in the (music and art) library
Gregory Markus, Jolė Stimbirytė (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Lithuanian Central State Archive)
RE:VIVE project: the new way to hear our past
Iva Horová, Iva Malinová, Anthony Allen (National Library of Technology of the Czech Republic)
The Virtual National Phonoteque: a hub for education and engagement
Lauri Saarikoski (Finnish Broadcasting Company )
MeMAD project: broadcasting archives, research and increasing automation in the media industries
Pekka Gronow (Finland)
Copyright and other obstacles to access
Maija Zvejniece, Zane Grosa (National Library of Latvia)
Promotion and Accessibility of Audiovisual Collections at the National Library of Latvia
Jurga Gradauskaitė (iLaw, Lithuania)
Digital culture heritage objects rights labelling – practical approach
Reaching and empowering audiences with archival publishing
Joanna Kaliszewska (National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute, Poland)
FINA’s Digital Audiovisual Archive – how to find perfect balance in the standardization of your archive?
BAAC annual conference in Warsaw 2017
Tereza Frodlová, Jeanne Pommeau (Národní filmový archiv, Prague, Czech Republic),
Digital Restoration in National Film Archive in Prague, as Supported Through EEA Grants
Vaida Jonušytė (Lithuanian Archives of Literature and Art, Lithuania), Colors of the century or how we re-create history for a modern society
Maja Drabczyk (National Film Archive - Audiovisual Institute, Poland), Lizzy Komen (Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid, The Netherlands)
Music in Movement – an interactive guide to contemporary classical music
Filip Kwiatek (Filmoteka Narodowa - Instytut Audiowizualny, Poland)
„Culture +” – national program for digitization of cultural heritage of Poland
Jurga Gradauskaitė (iLAW, Lithuania), Juozas Markauskas (DIZI, Lithuania)
Thank you for labelling! Benefits of digital culture heritage objects rights labelling
Lelde Neimane (Museum of the Occupation of Latvia)
Digitization of the collection of video testimonies in the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia
Tuomas Nolvi (Yle Achives, Finland)
Opening the Yle archives for public - CC licences and Hack4FI
Jan Philipp Richter (Deutsches Filminstitut, Germany)
I-Media-Cities - Innovative e-environment for Research on Cities and the Media
Paweł Śmietanka (Polish Television, TVP S.A, Poland)
Conservation and digitalisation of feature films from the TVP Archive
Richard Ranft (The British Library, UK)
Unlocking the British Library’s Sound Heritage
BAAC annual conference in Vilnius 2016
Lisette Kalshoven, Copyright reform for Heritage: where are we now
Aldis Putelis, The sound versus the score. Uses of recordings
Lāsma Meldere – Šestakova, Changing landscape of audiovisual sources in libraries
Agata Kolacz, a href="/mediapublic/2016/Agata%20Kołacz%20Presentation%20%20NInA.pdf""""NInA – where culture meets archive. How to engage the online audience with the online activities
Paavo Annus, Reportage of June 1940 – first aired 76 years later
Jurgita Kažukauskaitė-Sarnickienė, Audiovisual archives of the 20th century in the classroom
Kadi Sikka, Insight into the FIAF Summer School 2016
Filip Sir, Michal Studnicny, Checking out Czech records: a model gateway for sound documents or just a portal?
Peter Laurence, Filip Sir, International Bibliography of Discographies: A Worldwide, Collaborative Project
BAAC annual conference in Tallinn 2015
Piret Noorhani, Archives and Community Building
Richard Ranft, Juozas Markauskas, A virtual jukebox for Europe's sound heritage
Mariana Salgado, Inga Vizgirdiene, Expanding frontiers of collaboration. Case: EUscreenXL
Sandra Vokk, Kogu Me Lugu - History and Human Rights awareness through trans-media storytelling
BAAC annual conference in Riga 2014
Maria Drabczyk Kamila Lewandowska, Eve-Marie Oesterlen,
Going EUscreenXL: on the joys and challenges of participating in a pan-European AV heritage project
Dr. Nijolė Bliūdžiuvienė, The National Archival Fund of Published Documents: Challenges to Preserve and Access
Juris Lubējs, Bellaccord – beloved prewar Latvian record company
Helle Bech Madsen, Beyond Accessibility. An Insight to DR Archive Initiatives
Richard Ranft, Improving access to Europe’s digital audio archives
Gerli Rebane, Digital Projects at Estonian Film Archives
Klaus A J Riederer, Seeing is believing: how to make OCR work in practice
Tedd Urnes, Safeguarding, protection and preservation of analogue originals of audiovisual archives, libraries and private collections in time of war, natural disasters, cultural and political conflicts. Report of the official approach to the issues made by international archival associations
Joint IASA- BAAC conference in Vilnius 2013
Zane Grosa, Online sound recordings: collection and access
Erwin Verbruggen, Joris Pekel, Making audiovisual heritage accessible and valuable through EUscreenXL
Jolė Stimbirytė, Audiovisual archiving in Lithuanian Central State Archive, TEXT
Tedd Urnes and Egle Vidutyde, Audiovisual archives: A report of the official policy of access to audiovisual archives worldwide
BAAC annual conference in Helsinki 2012
Katri Vänttinen, Metadata - key to the archives
Agata Ners, Public funding for cultural digitization
Frédéric Beaugendre, From Mass Digitization to Mass Content Enrichment
Klaus A J Riederer, Ten mortal sins in digitization outsourcing
Birgit Nurme, Estonian memory institutions exploring crowdsourcing
Janne Mäkelä, Archives in the face of memory industries
BAAC annual conference in Tallinn 2011
BAAC annual conference in Riga 2010
Merilis Roosalu, A photograph is as if a thin leaf of memory - easily influenced by the winds of emotions and time.
Jolė Stimbirytė, Preservation of analogue audiovisual holdings in Lithuanian Central State Archive: practical approach to the current problems.
BAAC-LCSA annual conference in Vilnius 2009
Aubéry Escande, Europeana - Think Culture.
Baiba Zvaigzne, Experience of internet archiving in the National Library of Latvia.
Gunnel Jonson , Jonas Andersson, Building an archive for the future? Is it possible? And how can it be done?.
Jonas Korys, Towards the digital archive of National Broadcaster.
Ronny Loewy, Detlev Balzer, The Benefits of Interoperability. Metadata Standards for cinematographic Works.
Taavi Tatsi, Pille Runnel, Documenting Everyday Life in Estonia: An Archive-Generating Model.
Riga Seminar in Tartu 2008
Andris Ķesteris, Changing Values: Nitrate to Digitization.
Mairold Kaus, FIS database of Estonian Filmarchives.
Merilis Sähka, On the authenticity of photographs in museumsn
Olga Cerrato, Digital long-term challenges.
Taavi Tatsi, Pille Runnel, Conceptualizing audiovisual documenting in the Estonian National Museum.
Tedd Urnes, Unpopular sources: A strategy and philosophy of archiving of controversial radio and television programmes and movies. A report about the audiovisual archives worldwide with reference to UNESCO promoting a policy of freedom of expression and freedom of the press as a basic human right.
Vjaceslavs Emburs, National TV values into internet: www.ltvarhivs.lv.
Zane Grosa, The (long and winding) road to audio digitalisation: challenges and perspectives.
Zinaida Manžuch, Monitoring digitisation of cultural materials in the European memory institutions
Transformation as Stability: Audiovisual Archives in the Era of New Media, RIGA 2008
Aldis Pūtelis, From shelf to HDD: What is in between.
Ivi Tomingas, The experience of the Estonian Film Archives: how to digitize photos.
Lars-Gunnar Bengtsson, Baltic Heritage Preserved in SVT Stock Photo Collections.
Jüri Karm, Photographic Collections Today. Tomorrow?.
Juozas Markauskas, Digitisation of theatre posters from 19th century.
IASA-BAAC conference 2007, Riga
Isabelle Giannattasio, Janus Attitude. How should a National Audiovisual Archive Handle Both Past and Future?
Lelde Neimane, The Museum of Occupation in Riga.
Perla Olivia Rodríguez Reséndiz, From the Sound Archives to the Sound Culture.
Tedd Urnes, Lasse Nilsson, Workshop - Role of the Archives in the Future: Boost the Re-Use of Audiovisual Archive Material . (Up-dated in December 2007)
Tallinn seminar 2007
Gunnel Jönsson, Archives in the audiovisual world.
Tedd Urnes, Lasse Nilsson, Workshop - Role of the Archives in the Future: Boost the Re-Use of Audiovisual Archive Material .
Lasse Nilsson (Swedish Television), From videotape to digital file - planning, realizing and managing a migration project: The SVT case
Tedd Urnes (Norwegian Broadcasting Company), Estonia: Content description of old and unknown films about Estonia: Elementary training in making a minimum data list for the films
Vilnius seminar 2007
Rīga seminar 2006
Media Asset Management
Literature on the Internet: Estonian resources
Archival materials used for educational purposes - ideas and presentations of products made for education/ schools
Creating a wider access to museum archives: presentation of the web
page dedicated to the Lithuanian scenographer Liudas Truikys
Rīga seminar 2005
Karl Erik Andersen
Legal Deposit and access to broadcasting in Norway
Preservation of Lithuanian audiovisual archival heritage.
Content in Context: The BIRTH Project
Jan Aasmund Jakobsen, Jostein Saakvitne, Aivar Niglas
Archives online: sound, moving images and photographs on the web (+ workshop 16.00)
Jan Aasmund Jakobsen, Jostein Saakvitne, Aivar Niglas
Archives online: sound, moving images and photographs on the web - will continue as a workshop
From documents to sound and moving image
National Oral History Archive: problems and possibilities
Television production in a totally digital environment
Gunnel Jönsson, Dan Nyquist
Digitisation - on (whose) demand
Overview about the activities of the Diena photo archive
Rīga seminar 2004
Hans Fredrik Dahl
History of the digital mode
DRA - Digital Radio Archive
Picture Archive of Swedish Television
Legal deposit of AV-material in Sweden
Rasa Miškinytė, Jonas Korys, Sigitas Baltutis
Lithuanian National Radio & Television
Latvian Photography Museum