AVPS has been invited to contribute a monthly blog to the Post Magazine website. For 25 years Post has been one of the premiere journals covering issues that interest and affect people in the post-production field, including film, television, videogames, animation, audio, the Web, and more. Based on our experience with production, engineering, and range of commercial and academic archives, AVPS will focus on the archiving and preservation topics that can impact the workflows and long-term usability of audiovisual content beginning at the point of production and following through to distribution and archiving.
The first post is available online now: “Why Is A/V preservation such a nuisance… and necessity” by AVPS Senior Consultant, Joshua Ranger. This is an exciting opportunity to expand the preservation conversation between creators and caretakers. We’re grateful to Post and look forward to working together.