Convergent Cultures: The Disappearance of Commissioned Audiovisual Productions in The Netherlands
The article analyses the changes in production and consumption in the audiovisual industry and the way the so-called ‘ephemeral’ commissioned productions are scarcely preserved. New technologies and the liberal economic policies and internationalisation changed the media landscape in the 1980s. Audiovisual companies created a broad range of products within the audiovisual industry. This also resulted in a democratisation of the use of media as well as new formats of programmes and distribution for commissioned productions. By looking at a specific company that recently handed over a collection to the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, challenges and issues of preserving video and digital and interactive audiovisual productions are discussed.
|Keywords||creative industry, audio-visual, video, Netherlands|
|Publisher||Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision|
|Rights||Each article is copyrighted © by its author(s) and is published under license from the author(s).When a paper is accepted for publication, authors will be requested to agree with the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Netherlands License|
|Note||VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture; Vol 3, No 6 (2014): Convergent Television(s); 49-57|
Agterberg, Bas. (2014). Convergent Cultures: The Disappearance of Commissioned Audiovisual Productions in The Netherlands. VIEW Journal, 3(6), 49–57.
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