Archiving Broadcasters’ websites
A discussion of web archiving as context to the radio and television collection
The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision decided, after a series of pilots, to begin archiving websites. Its aim is to archive websites that form a complement to its collection, which is mainly focused on audio visual materials and contains hundreds of thousands of hours of Dutch radio and television shows. The Institute believes radio and television is no longer just the broadcasted show. The program is larger and the internet plays a major role in how radio and television are being consumed. In order to recreate an evening of television from 2015 for future researchers, students or other interested parties, one cannot overlook the importance of the internet.
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Goos, A. (2015). Archiving Broadcasters’ websites. Presented at the Digital Heritage 2015.