(May 14, 2014) What: The Annual Digital Asset Symposium (DAS). DAS will address the full life cycle of the media asset – from content creation to rights management to assuring asset preservation – with speakers and case studies addressing what works in the real world. Each part of the life cycle impacts the next and DAS is the only place where everyone is part of the conversation – content creators, post-production, systems designers, archives, asset managers – where commercial meets nonprofit and corporate meets public.
Thursday, May 15 & Friday, May 16, 2014. Doors will open each morning at 8:30am, with sessions beginning at 9:00am. There is a networking reception following each day’s sessions at 5pm.
The Linwood Dunn Theatre, 1313 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90028, The Academy’s Pickford Center. Parking available at the Arclight Cinema nearby.
Why: “Since the beginning, DAS has been the place where projects, problems, and solutions are discussed within a real world framework. This year’s event continues to engage an even greater diversity of experts and industries. We want the entire community of technical and creative users to share what they are working on, the lessons learned, what challenges they’re facing now and what might be around the corner,” noted Tom Regal, the DAS program chair.
Tickets are available at http://www.DAS2014.org
. One and two day tickets are available which includes all panels, case studies, and cocktail reception.
Who: Thursday, May 15
Who: Friday, May 16
- Laura Futrell, Forensic Consultant Santa Clara Police Department – Challenges of Managing and Storing Digital Forensic Evidence & Crime Scene Photo/Videos
- Adam Grant, partner at Apert, Barr & Grant, APLC – Do You Understand Your Digital Liability?
- Rabbi Elkanah Shmotkin, Jewish Educational Media – How to Build an Archive-Centric DAM
- Tom Coughlin, Creative Storage and Entertainment Storage Alliance – Where Has All the Content Gone?
- Jacob Rosenberg (Bandito Bros),Tom Vice (Fotokem) – Flexibility, Inventiveness and Creativity: A Case Study in Data Centric Storytelling
- John Snyder, Production Engineer Panther Productions – The Evolutionary Environment of Chapman University
- Tyler Leshney, Executive VP of Corporate Strategy and Development LAC – A Conversation about Curation in the Digital Archive Management
- Jim Hoerricks, Senior Forensic Video Analyst for the LAPD – Law Enforcement Case Study: A Conversation About Authentication
- Denise Evans, Miramax, Thomas Coleman, CTO of Film Track – Keynote case study on how an asset management system was developed for Miramax to handle Disney film archive
- Eric J. Schwartz (partner, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp) – Digital Rights: Navigating Copyright in a Digital World
- Founding the Flemish Institute for the Archiving of and Access to Audiovisual Heritage (VIAA)
Industry partners include; American Cinema Editors, Creative Storage Alliance, Law Enforcement Video Association, Media & Entertainment Services Alliance, Iron Mountain Entertainment Services, Deluxe, LAC Group, Reflex Technologies, Digital Cinema Society and Broadcast Beat Magazine.
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DAS addresses the full life cycle of the media asset – from content creation to rights management to assuring asset preservation – with speakers and case studies that address what works in the real world. Each part of the life cycle impacts the next and DAS is the only place where everyone is part of the conversation – content creators, post-production, systems designers, archives, asset managers – where commercial meets nonprofit and corporate meets public.
As the world’s largest international association of professional media archivists, AMIA is uniquely poised to bring together a broad range of experts. Members represent film studios, corporate and national archives, historical societies, labs, post production, universities, footage libraries and more. Because of this diverse membership, AMIA provides an opportunity to interact with every facet of the field and a single forum to address the best ways to preserve our media assets.