Vanderbilt Television News Archive Off-air archiving of news broadcasts from national television networks NDIIPP Partners Meeting July 2008 Breakout session: Broadcast and Satellite Television Marshall Breeding Director for Innovative Technologies and Research Vanderbilt University
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Off-air archiving of news broadcasts from national television networks
NDIIPP Partners Meeting
Broadcast and Satellite Television
Marshall BreedingDirector for Innovative Technologies and Research
10:40 Marshall Breeding, Vanderbilt, the classic example. Where does the incoming signal come from? About the digital capture setup, i.e., the workstation. What sort of worker does the capture work. About the archiving format: what were the considerations, what was the decision? About the quantity or rate of capture. About metadata (just a little!). About producing "access" copies. About the Web site. Who are users?
Off-air capture and archiving of US National News broadcasts
Established August 5, 1968
ABC, CBS, NBC
CNN added in 1995 (One hour / day)
Fox News added in 2004 (One hour / day)
Specials – selected news content beyond regular news broadcasts