Tag: Journalism Digital News Archive
Leadership from each of the Missouri School of Journalism’s professional media outlets gathered together in a conference room in late April, no small feat for a group in charge of “feeding the beast” of news media day after day while also juggling teaching responsibilities at the School. The challenge that brought them together? Preservation and accessibility of digital news archives.
Imagine a world with unlimited access to any and all kinds of information. There’d be no barriers to learning. Books, music, video, software and other media would be freely available to everyone. Brewster Kahle dreams about creating such a world. He believes it’s possible and is taking steps toward that goal. “Universal Access to All … Continued
Scroll to view transcript HJALMAR GISLASON: [00:07] So, as Martin said, my name is Hjalmar Gislason, and that’s probably the most complicated part of the presentation. That name comes from Iceland, so that’s where I grew up and that’s where my funny accent comes from, and actually some of the stories I’m going to tell … Continued
Scroll to view transcript MICHAEL NELSON: [00:07] So, what I’m going to be talking about today is Yasmin [AlNoamany’s] Ph.D. work. [00:11] So, if you ask me any difficult questions I’m going to deflect the answer to her; she’s not far away at Berkeley doing a postdoc there. So, what I want to talk about … Continued
Scroll to view transcript JENNIFER YOUNGER: [00:07] Thank you, Ed. It’s great to be here. I’m here on behalf of our many stakeholders, our partners, our members, advisors and, of course, founders. What’s fascinating is our work and our project has been a collaboration right from the beginning. Our partners and stakeholders, they know what … Continued
Scroll to view transcript EVAN SANDHAUS: [00:08] Thank you for bearing with me while we get the technical things ironed out. I’m Evan Sandhaus, and I am here with my team today to talk about some work we’ve been doing with migrating The New York Times archives. A little bit later, once we say our … Continued
Scroll to view transcript KALEV LEETARU: [00:07] Well thank you so much for having me here today. [00:12] So, this is my vision. This is the GDELT Project. The idea of the GDELT Project is, how do we take the world’s information and try to catalog what’s happening around the world, moment by moment, and how are … Continued