Articles Archive - page 16
8th October 2013
A new digital resource from the BUFVC brings together the first twenty years of the ground-breaking pre-broadcast information packages from Channel 4. Linda Kaye, BUFVC Research Executive, presents the project.… continue reading.
18th September 2013
One of the main sources of copyright-cleared moving images, still images and sound for use in UK Further and Higher Education is set to include a major collection of engineering videos.… continue reading.
4th September 2013
Making your own films to a professional standard is getting quicker, easier and cheaper. Andrew Steele and Tom Fuller describe their experiences producing their series of short, sharp science videos. … continue reading.
22nd August 2013
The entire archive of the BBC World Service - around 50,000 recorded programmes -is being made available online. Tristan Ferne and Mark Flashman look at some of the challenges involved.… continue reading.
7th August 2013
The InView resource holds over 2,000 non-fiction film and television titles from the 20th century to the early 21st. Organised under six main Themes, each comes with an introductory essay by an academic historian.… continue reading.
23rd July 2013
Paul Wilson, curator of radio at the British Library, presents a tour of the national radio archive and explains its ambitions for the radio archive of the future.… continue reading.
10th July 2013
The Backdoor Broadcasting Company aids the dissemination of new knowledge produced on audio by universities and learned societies. Dr René Wolf - director and proprietor - provides a profile of his company’s activities.… continue reading.
25th June 2013
For twenty-five years The Poetry Trust in Suffolk has been celebrating national and international poetry. Now many of their live events are available online. Naomi Jaffa and Dean Parkin explore the development of the Trust’s Poetry Channel. … continue reading.
28th May 2013
The Imperial War Museum’s Student Film Festival, to be renamed the 'IWM Short Film Festival', will return in 2014 after the IWM's closure for major refurbishment. Toby Haggith, Senior Curator in the Department of Research at the Museum provides a guided tour of its history and celebrates the festival's first decade of activity.… continue reading.
10th May 2013
Someone in Britain dies every minute but many risk missing out on having their end of life wishes met due to a reluctance to talk about dying, death and bereavement. Joe Levenson, of the Dying Matters Coalition, discusses the importance of media in getting its message across.… continue reading.