home Resources and Services Mark Graham: Lightning rounds: Archiving news at the Internet Archive

Mark Graham: Lightning rounds: Archiving news at the Internet Archive

Mark Graham is currently Director of the Wayback Machine at the Internet Archive, responsible for capturing, preserving and helping people discover and use, more than 1 billion web captures each week.

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home Resources and Services Edward McCain and Ginny Steele: Welcome

Edward McCain and Ginny Steele: Welcome

Edward McCain is the digital curator of journalism at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute and the University of Missouri Libraries. Ginny Steel is a university librarian at UCLA.

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home Resources and Services Poynter: What the Trump tapes can teach us about news archives

Poynter: What the Trump tapes can teach us about news archives

The recent emergence of the bombshell “Access Hollywood” clip that sat in the NBC vaults for over a decade before wreaking havoc on the Trump campaign illustrates the value of keeping archival material searchable and retrievable.

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home Resources and Services Poynter: What the Trump tapes can teach us about news archives

Poynter: What the Trump tapes can teach us about news archives

The recent emergence of the bombshell “Access Hollywood” clip that sat in the NBC vaults for over a decade before wreaking havoc on the Trump campaign illustrates the value of keeping archival material searchable and retrievable.

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home Resources and Services Digital preservation: How much is it going to cost, and who can I work with?

Digital preservation: How much is it going to cost, and who can I work with?

The expense of digital preservation for the news producer will vary depending on how much of the effort is managed in-house. By collaborating with those who already have the infrastructure, the cost to news agencies could be very little indeed.

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home Resources and Services Saving born-digital news: Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information

Saving born-digital news: Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information

​Clifford Lynch, director of the Coalition for Networked Information, discusses the special qualities of born-digital news and why it should be preserved for the benefit of all society.

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home Resources and Services Learning to JAM in 5 steps: New initiative reminds journalism students to archive their digital work

Learning to JAM in 5 steps: New initiative reminds journalism students to archive their digital work

Journalists take note: the internet eats your stories for lunch. News professionals who assume someone else is saving their digital output are often shattered to find they have little or nothing to show for years of stressful work on deadline.

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home Resources and Services Digital preservation: What needs to be done?

Digital preservation: What needs to be done?

Most recent news content resides in the back rooms and basements of news agencies across the country. It’s scattered through various forms of media, in all kinds of formats, and often with little organization, management or care.

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home Resources and Services Register for a free webinar to preview DTMH 2016 at UCLA

Register for a free webinar to preview DTMH 2016 at UCLA

Online news content, today’s first rough draft of history, lasts about 100 days — the lifespan of a common flea. Addressing this urgent threat to cultural memory requires immediate action by individuals from all parts of society.

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home Resources and Services Travel scholarships available for graduate students to attend DTMH 2016 at UCLA

Travel scholarships available for graduate students to attend DTMH 2016 at UCLA

Dodging the Memory Hole 2016: Saving Online News forum organizers today announced a travel scholarship program for select graduate students to attend the forum at the UCLA Library on Oct. 13 and 14.

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