10 episodes

More Podcast Less Process if funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program, and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com). This podcast features discussions with expert archivists, technologists, information professionals and generally awesome people. Topics include appraisal and acquisition, arrangement and description, digital forensics, archival reference, outreach and education, collection management, physical and digital preservation, infrastructure and technology and more.

More Podcast Less Process Jefferson Bailey, Joshua Ranger

    • Technology
    • 4.7, 6 Ratings

More Podcast Less Process if funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program, and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com). This podcast features discussions with expert archivists, technologists, information professionals and generally awesome people. Topics include appraisal and acquisition, arrangement and description, digital forensics, archival reference, outreach and education, collection management, physical and digital preservation, infrastructure and technology and more.

    Archival Manoeuvres: Managing Digitization Projects

    Archival Manoeuvres: Managing Digitization Projects

    Miwa Yokoyama (Digital Project Manager, Carnegie Hall) and Mitch Brodsky (Digital Archives Manager, New York Philharmonic) visit Josh and Jefferson to discuss their experiences managing archival digitization projects and how newly realized accessibility has expanded the use of collections by researchers and within their respective institutions.

    This podcast was funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com).

     

    Audio Engineer: Rebecca Chandler

    • 1 hr 13 min
    All Archives Are Local: Talking with the National Archives & Records Administration

    All Archives Are Local: Talking with the National Archives & Records Administration

    Bonnie Marie Sauer (Archivist, National Archives at New York City) and Kevin DeVorsey (Supervisory Electronic Records Format Specialist, National Archives and Records Administration) discussing the work that NARA does to manage billions of records, develop collecting policies for an ever changing set of formats, and provide access and research assistance to the public.

     

    This podcast was funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com).


    Audio Engineer: Rebecca Chandler

    • 52 min
    The Video Word Made Flesh

    The Video Word Made Flesh

    Guests Nicole Martin (Multimedia Archivist and Systems Manager, Human Rights Watch), Erik Piil (Digital Archivist, Anthology Film Archives), and Peter Oleksik (Assistant Media Conservator, Museum of Modern Art) discuss the different organizational approaches and challenges of managing video collections for access and preservation. Whether dealing with video in an archival or production environment, there are a number of decision points around digitization, storage, description, and playback, the options for which are highly dependent on the mission and capabilities of the organization. Josh & Jefferson and their guests talk about these issues and all things video. It's a visual treat for your ears.

     

    This podcast was funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com).

     

    Audio Engineer: Rebecca Chandler

    • 1 hr 3 min
    humans.txt.mp3: The Web Archivists Are Present

    humans.txt.mp3: The Web Archivists Are Present

    Josh and Jefferson unstick the complexities of web archiving with guests Alex Thurman (Web Resources Collection Coordinator, Columbia University Libraries) and Lily Pregill (Project Coordinator & Systems Manager, New York Art Resources Consortium).

    This podcast was funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com).

    Audio Engineer: Rebecca Chandler

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Can't We All Just Get Along?: Shared Services & Institutional Collaboration in Libraries & Archives

    Can't We All Just Get Along?: Shared Services & Institutional Collaboration in Libraries & Archives

    In this episode we stretch our microphones to the limit with four visitors from the Center for Jewish History. Rachel Miller, Melanie Meyers, Lauren Bradley, and Felicity Corkill talk with Jefferson and Josh about the shared services model CJH has established, discussing the successes and challenges as well as providing lots of good advice on collaboration between institutions and departments.

    This podcast was funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com).

    Audio Engineer: Rebecca Chandler

    • 59 min
    Holiday Wrap Up -- What Does The Archivist Say?

    Holiday Wrap Up -- What Does The Archivist Say?

    This episode contains a collection of brief interviews with archivists discussing their trade, recorded at the 2013 Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York Award Ceremony and the 2013 Association of Moving Image Archivists Conference. Featuring: Ryan Anthony Donaldson, Ben Fino-Radin, Alex Duryee, Julie May, Susan Woodland, Bonnie Marie Sauer, Pamela Cruz, the Husband of Robin Katz, Brian Graney, Hannah Palin, Ann Wilkens, Chantal Muller, Howard Besser, Walter Forsberg, Neal Stokes, Hannah Frost, Siobhan Hagan, Seth Anderson, not Jefferson Bailey.


    This podcast was funded in part by the New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program and produced by METRO (www.metro.org) and AVPreserve (www.avpreserve.com).

    Audio Engineer: Rebecca Chandler

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

loneraver ,

Great concept but...

...it needs to be tightened up. For coming from AVPreserve, it is surprising how unpolished this is considering that everything else they do is so well thought out. Don't get me wrong. I like the concepts but the audio quality is really rough (Loud AC or fan in the background, the mics could really roll off the low-end of the EQ so it sounds less “boomy” and muddy, needs more processing of the dynamics so everyone doesn’t sound so far away.) which makes it hard to listen for long stretches. Tightening up the format would help this a lot. It’s a shame really because it drags down this great idea. I really hate to be THAT guy.

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