Added on 12 February 2019


PRESERVE THE LEGACY. CELEBRATE THE FUTURE.

The CCAAA will hold its 2019 Joint Technical Symposium (JTS) at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision Hilversum, The Netherlands on October 3-5, 2019

JTS 2019 Call for Presentations  

As the first call was posted right before the holidays, and January is a rush for all, the JTS team have extended the deadlines for both JTS2019 and IASA50 by two weeks until February 22, 2019. 

The Joint Technical Symposium (JTS) is an international scientific and technical event dealing with matters of particular importance to audiovisual archives and archivists. Organized every few years since 1983 by the member organizations now forming the Coordinating Council of Audiovisual Archiving Associations (CCAAA), it provides an opportunity for colleagues around the world and those interested in the field to meet and share information about the preservation of original image and sound materials. The latest JTS took place in Singapore in March 2016. 

The Joint Technical Symposium provides an opportunity for audiovisual archiving experts from different backgrounds to come together, share new and upcoming technical advances in our field, and take positions that go beyond the boundaries of specific formats or domains. It is an occasion to inform each other about what’s going on in our field and seek cross-fertilization. At a time when the digital world is converging, we as members of CCAAA organizations have the opportunity to discuss technical issues and agree on how technologies best position us for the future of our field. 

Please note that the upcoming 2019 JTS will be held jointly with IASA’s 50th Anniversary conference in the greater Amsterdam region and will share a collaborative day of workshops on October 3, 2019. When deciding whether to submit proposals to JTS or IASA, please consider the topics provided in the two conferences’ calls for proposals. The program committees may suggest moving proposals to the other conference. Please indicate in case you do not wish this to happen.

Read the full Call for Papers


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