Registration Now Open - Preserving Moving Image and Sound: a DPC Briefing Day - 16 April, London

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14 Mar 2019
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Hello All,
After a 24-hour sell-out for the upcoming ‘Preserving Moving Image and Sound: a DPC Briefing Day’ we have now opened up more places. Registration is back up and running if you missed the first round of tickets. I would recommend booking quickly.
More information about the event, including the programme of speakers, can be found on the DPC event page:
Hopefully see you there!
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Subject: Registration Now Open - Preserving Moving Image and Sound: a DPC Briefing Day - 16 April, London
Morning Everyone,
I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for Preserving Moving Image and Sound: a DPC Briefing Day on 16 April in London.
The DPC invites you to join us in learning about emerging best practice in the digital preservation of moving image and sound. The programme will feature speakers with different backgrounds and with experiences working with different forms of moving image and sound. While the briefing day invites leaders in the advancement of preservation in this area, it also draws on practitioners who have learned practical lessons about preserving this difficult content with limited resources.
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from their fellow practitioners undertaking the preservation of moving image and sound – both those on stage and those sitting at their table. Speaker Q&As and a panel session have been built into the programme to allow the needs and interests of attendees to shape discussion and facilitate knowledge exchange.
Registration closes at 12:00 GMT on 8 April 2019 and this event is expected to fill up quickly.
To learn more about the event and to register, check out the event page.
All the best,
Sara Day Thomson
Research Officer
Technology Watch Project Manager
T: +44 (0)141 330 6337
Tw: @sdaythomson
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