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Videos and podcasts on creative use of the archive now live

Seminar 3: Creative use of the archive was chaired by Bill Thompson Head of Partnership Development, BBC Archives. The content will be useful for arts organisations and artists who have existing archive content that they want to be able to share with an audience on a digital platform, or who want to explore new ways of engaging with archive content.

You can now download the seminar highlights podcast or watch the highlights on video. There’s also an invaluable top tips video from IP Consultant Naomi Korn on how to approach the challenges of negotiating intellectual property rights for digital archives and expert views from the speakers on the advantages and opportunities for arts organisations of making their archives digitally available, plus business models, audience curation and more.

Speakers include Roly Keating, Director of Archive Content, BBC, Andrew Nairne, Executive Director Arts, Arts Council England, Dr Paul Gerhardt, Digital Archives Associate for Arts Council England, Archives for Creativity, Siobhan Davis, Siobhan Davis Studios, Jake Berger, Programme Manager, Digital Public Space, BBC.

Full length videos of the speaker presentations will be online next week.

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