[Videolib] Call for papers - JTS2010

From: George Lindell Abbott <glabbott@syr.edu>
Date: Mon May 18 2009 - 17:43:55 PDT

Joint Technical Symposium 2010, Oslo, Norway,
May 2-4, 2010.
Organized for the first time in 1983, JTS is the international meeting
for organisations and individuals involved in the preservation and
restoration of original image and sound materials.
Under the auspices of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific
and Cultural Organization), participating organisations include:

  AMIA - Association of Moving Image Archivists
  ARSC - Association for Recorded Sound Collections
  FIAF - International Federation of Film Archives
  FIAT/IFTA - International Federation of Television Archives/
...FÚdÚration Internationale des Archives de TÚlÚvision
  IASA - International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives
  ICA - International Council on Archives
  IFLA - International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
  SEAPAVAA - Southeast Asia-Pacific Audiovisual Archive Association
JTS 2010 is organized by FIAF, The Norwegian Film Institute and The
National Library of Norway.
We welcome presentation proposals on any aspect of media archiving.
Please send abstract of approximately 1/2 page to the program
committee, to thomasc@dfi.dk or info@jts2010.org

The JTS will be held in the Klingenberg Kino in Oslo, which we expect
to be equipped with 70mm and 35mm projection, as well as digital 4K
projection. Presentations in high resolution are therefore welcome. If
it is decided to publish proceedings in printed form, speakers should
be ready to supply their presentation in article format by the time of
the symposium.

The symposium will offer simultaneous translation in English, French
and Spanish.

Visit the JTS 2010 website here: jts2010.org

George L. Abbott
librarian emeritus
Syracuse University Library
311 Stonecrest Drive
Syracuse, NY 13214-2432

Member of IFLA Standing Committee on AudioVisual and Multimedia
Member of JTS2010 Program Committee

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