Volume 6 (2017-18)

Each volume of Journal of Digital Media Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 6, are:

Volume 6 Number 4 (Summer 2018)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • Core DAM + more DAM: One company’s attempt to integrate digital asset management into organisational DNA
    Michael Shattuck, Software Implementation Consultant, Widen Enterprises and Caroline Gardner, Integrated Marketing Systems Associate, New Balance, Athletics
  • Case study: Digitising Cleveland Museum of Art History one negative at a time
    Susan Hernandez, Digital Archivist and Systems Librarian, Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Migrating to a virtual environment
    John McKenna, Director of Engineering and Technology, YES Network, New York Yankees & New Jersey Nets Network and Jason Marshall, Project Manager, Broadcast Systems, YES Network
  • Digital asset management and libraries, archives and museums: Separation and convergence
    Helen Hockx-Yu, Program Manager, Office of Information Technologies, University of Notre Dame
  • Efficient appraisal and processing of disk images of legacy digital storage media at the Canadian Centre for Architecture
    Tim Walsh, Digital Archivist, Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA)
  • How machine learning can help solve the Big Data problem of video asset management
    Aaron Edell, Co-Founder and CEO, Machine Box, Inc
  • Taxonomies and metadata for digital asset management
    Heather Hedden, Senior Vocabulary Editor, Gale
  • Updating production workflows and adapting systems: Scaling Omeka to meet the needs of a larger-scale archival digital project
    Haley Antell, Digital Project Archivist, Kent State University, Joe Corall, Senior Applications Developer and Virginia Dressler, Digital Projects Librarian at Kent State University Libraries
  • Back to the future: Digitising orphaned VHS collections at the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Library
    Gina Armstrong, College Archivist and Digital Initiatives Librarian, Birmingham-Southern College

Volume 6 Number 3 (Spring 2018)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • Moving to the cloud: The state of the art for cloud-based production pipelines
    Julie M. McDonald, Director of Business Development, Corban Gossett, Senior Product Manager, Nimble Collective and Mac Moore, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Conductor Technologies
  • Describing a visual universe: (Re)building consistent metadata standards for online photography collections
    Paula Jeannet Mangiafico, Visual Materials Processing Archivist, Duke University’s David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
  • The changing nature of media and entertainment workflows
    Joan Wrabetz, CEO of Renaissance Consulting Group and Erik Weaver, Global Director of M&E Strategy & Market Development for the Data Center Systems business unit, Western Digital Corporation
  • Adding emulation functionality to existing digital preservation infrastructure
    Euan Cochrane, Digital Preservation Manager, Yale University, Jonathan Tilbury, Chief Technology Officer, Preservica and Oleg Stobbe, University of Freiberg
  • IMF-compliant media asset management and workflows
    Julian Fernández-Campón, Business Solutions team, Tedial
  • Managing data growth from audiovisual digitisation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A case study
    Erica Titkemeyer, Project Director and Audiovisual Conservator for the Southern Folklife Collection, University of North Carolina
  • ‘Eyes on the Prize’: Preservation to dissemination
    Jim Hone, Film & Media Digital Archivist, Irene E. Taylor, Cataloging and Metadata Archivist in the Film & Media Archive, Washington University, Emily Halevy, Director of Media Management Sales,Crawford, and Nadia Ghasedi, Associate University Librarian, Washington University
  • Finding the balance: Modelling successful workflows for digital library collections
    Emily Frieda Shaw, Assistant Professor and Head of Preservation and Reformatting, Ohio State University Libraries, Cristela Garcia-Spitz, Digital Initiatives Librarian, UC San Diego Library, Molly Bragg, Head of Digital Collections, Duke University Libraries, Kat Hagedorn, Head of Digital Content & Collections, University of Michigan Library, and Emily Porter, Digital Library Program Coordinator, Emory University Libraries

Volume 6 Number 2 (Winter 2017/2018)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • Food for thought: How enterprise taxonomy powers search and creativity at America’s Test Kitchen
    Ian Matzen, Digital Asset Management System Manager, America’s Test Kitchen
  • Digital asset management: Modernising infrastructure and processes
    Tansel Adacan, Global Systems Director, Maria Vasiliev, Global Digital Transformation, and Alex McGillicuddy, Systems Developer, Landor
  • Workflow guidelines for digital content preservation: A snapshot of current practice
    Alissa Matheny Helms, Digital Archivist., Department of Museums, Archives & Rare Books, Kennesaw State University and Jody L. DeRidder, Co-founder, Digital Library Federation Assessment Interest Group
  • Facilitating preservation through collaboration: Harmonising practices across university departments
    Heidi Kelly, Digital Asset Manager, Saatchi & Saatchi LA and Nicholas Homenda, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Indiana University Bloomington Libraries
  • Looking at linked open data from a digital asset management perspective
    Cory Lampert, Head of Digital Collections, UNLV University Libraries
  • Digital asset management governance in the real world
    Mark Leslie, Consultant, Creative Operations Consulting
  • Building strategic alliances to support advocacy and planning for digital preservation
    Erin Baucom, Digital Archivist and Assistant Professor, Conor Cote, Electronic Resources Librarian, Montana Tech, University of Montana, Tammy Troup, Digital Services Manager, Montana Historical Society Research Center, Sara Mannheimer, Data Management Librarian, Montana State University
  • Project portfolio management at Northwestern University Libraries: Developing an innovative solution to managing project life cycles
    Carolyn Caizzi, Head of Repository and Digital Curation, Jennifer B. Young, Metadata Coordinator and Dan Zellner, Production Coordinator, Northwestern University Libraries

Volume 6 Number 1 (Autumn/Fall 2017)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett, Publishing Editor, Journal of Digital Media Management
  • File delivery automation: The final frontier?
    Chris Lennon, President & CEO, MediAnswers and Clyde Smith, SVP, Advanced Technology, Fox Network Engineering and Operations
  • Semantic data: It cannot be simpler
    Jean-Pierre Evain, Principal Project Manager, European Broadcasting Union
  • Accessible preservation on a budget: One library’s cost-effective approach to producing and preserving quality digital content
    David Mindel, Digital Collection & University Repository Librarian, Murphy Library, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
  • Template-driven titling and graphics workflows for multiplatform distribution
    Scott Matics, Director of Product Planning, Telestream and Todor Fay, Co-founder and CEO, NewBlue
  • Case study: Streamlining digital archiving workflows at the Bentley Historical Library
    Max Eckard, Archivist for Digital Curation and Dallas Pillen, Archivist for Metadata and Digital Projects, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan
  • Case study: How one agency used metadata to unlock uncharted value for its clients
    Jillian Shapiro, Director of Digital Product and Business Development, Anomaly
  • Funding a future for digital collections at University of Maryland libraries
    Robin C. Pike, Manager, Digital Conversion and Media Reformatting, Digital Systems and Stewardship, University of Maryland Libraries
  • From digital repositories to the library catalogue: Two workflows for transforming metadata
    Amy Leigh Allen, University Archivist, Deborah E. Kulczak, Head of Technical Services and Mary A. Gilbertson, Monographic Unit Head, University of Arkansas Libraries