home Resources and Services Take Action! Public-Private Partnerships: Importance/Difficulty Matrix

Take Action! Public-Private Partnerships: Importance/Difficulty Matrix

A team of industry leaders establish an Importance/Difficulty Matrix in order to chart ideas by relative importance and difficulty for furthering public-private partnerships.

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home Resources and Services Take Action! Public-Private Partnerships: Brian Hocker and Edward McCain

Take Action! Public-Private Partnerships: Brian Hocker and Edward McCain

Edward McCain interviews Brian Hocker about the cooperative project between the Dallas NBC station and the University of North Texas. Hocker is vice president of digital media, programming and research at KXAS-TV, NBCUniversal, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas

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home Resources and Services Keynote: Brian Hocker, KXAS-TV, NBCUniversal

Keynote: Brian Hocker, KXAS-TV, NBCUniversal

Hocker discusses how the NBC 5 / KXAS archives became part of the University of North Texas' Portal to Texas History.

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home Resources and Services Dodging the Memory Hole conference receives funding from Institute of Museum and Library Services

Dodging the Memory Hole conference receives funding from Institute of Museum and Library Services

Among the Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program grants is funding for the Journalism Digital News Archive’s Dodging the Memory Hole 2016: Saving Online News conference.

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home Resources and Services How to preserve your work before the Internet eats it

How to preserve your work before the Internet eats it

So what can you do to save your stuff before it falls into the nothing of the Web? McCain has a few suggestions. I've organized them into the five Ws and one H to make things a little easier.

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home Resources and Services Models for preserving news archives that long served the industry leave digital content in peril

Models for preserving news archives that long served the industry leave digital content in peril

Edward McCain: Today we face a very real memory hole of our own making, especially when it comes to journalism. The move from analog to digital has disrupted the print and broadcast revenue models and seems likely to do so for the foreseeable future.

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home Resources and Services McCainspeakwrite plusgood, or How I came up with the name ‘Dodging the Memory Hole’

McCainspeakwrite plusgood, or How I came up with the name ‘Dodging the Memory Hole’

We started digging our current Memory Hole a few decades ago: Technological systems that support the creation and presentation of modern journalism morphed so quickly that we no longer know where the treasure is buried.

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home Resources and Services McCainspeakwrite or How I came up with the name ‘Dodging the Memory Hole’

McCainspeakwrite or How I came up with the name ‘Dodging the Memory Hole’

It’s been two years since I rolled out of Tucson, Arizona, and headed east on Interstate 10 toward the University of Missouri. I brought audiobooks to pass the hours on cruise control. My first selection was George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four.

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home Resources and Services Preserving a visual record, Part 2

Preserving a visual record, Part 2

Let’s return to the Missourian’s photo desk. Aside from not knowing which drive or disk might hold a certain photo, there was a much bigger problem: There was only one copy of each photo file stored on a drive or disk.

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home Resources and Services Preserving a visual record, Part 1

Preserving a visual record, Part 1

As a digital curator of journalism, I have a tendency to ask people — laypeople and journalists — what types of content they’d like to see or retrieve from news archives. Consistently, photography comes up as one of the top answers.

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