Cairo, Egypt (2010)
New Hampshire Public Radio (nhpr)
The nhpr American Archive Content inventory Project successfully completed cataloging and inventorying the station’s physical and digital recordings from the past 30 years.
Archival Media Consulting focused on enhancing and expanding existing databases to meet PBCore compliance and organized and arranged the station's physical assets. The project has cataloged a total of 47,987 records.
On the beautiful campus of Florida Gulf Coast University, WGCU hosted Archival Media Consulting as part of the American Archive Content Inventory Project. The station's radio and television programs were inventoried and cataloged as part of the work.
The project resulted in 24,214 newly cataloged records which are in compliance with the PBCore standard.
The KYUK Archive is a unique collection of radio and television public broadcasting and locally produced documentaries, interviews, and news. The contents of the Archive represent a rich documentation of the social, political, and economic life of the Yukon-Kuskokwin Delta region including distinctive and irreplaceable Yup’ik language recordings.
Archival Media Consulting completed a report for KYUK that provides an assessment of the capabilities to plan, implement, and manage a long-term digital preservation strategy of the KYUK media collection.
Prior to the establishment of the HKG Archive there was no institution in the state dedicated to the preservation of the rich audiovisual heritage of Hawaii. Archival Media Consulting was hired to assess the condition of film, audio, and video materials in Hawai’i and produce a blueprint that would direct the creation of the HKG Archive and its activities.
Archival Media Consulting helped find a permanent home for the HKG Archive at the University of Hawaii, West Oahu. Throughout the project a sprit of collaboration and support was fostered amongst the media community including production companies, broadcast stations, libraries, and individuals creating and sharing media that documented the Hawaiian narrative.
Mahmoud Sabit Collection Cairo, Egypt
The Mahmoud Sabit Collection is a unique collection of documents, letters, photographs, and media materials that span the period from early 19th Century to the present. The contents of the Collection represent a rich documentation of the social, political, and economic life of Egypt captured through the archives of three prominent Egyptian families.
Archival Media Consulting produced a report for the Ford Foundation which looked at several key issues for long-term preservation and of a disparate and varied group of materials. The report also provided recommendations for creating an Archive for stewardship and access.
HKG was invited to participate as a consultant for the Association of Moving Image Archivists and Oregon Public Broadcasting in their efforts to develop a prototype American Archive of public radio and radio materials. AMC worked in the project's discovery phase to survey stations' existing archives and make recommendations for funding. David Rowntree participated in the workshop and was invited to present on audiovisual preservation & best practices.