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Welcome to the Electronic Media Group wiki site. This page provides technical, historical, and conservation-related information about time-based media and digital storage. Please browse the topics below, or enter a specific term in the search field.

EMG welcomes suggestions for new content or changes to existing content to this wiki. Please contact EMG wiki representative, Suzy Morgan with suggestions, or feel free to edit these pages yourself if you are already a registered wiki editor.

Moving Image

The Moving Image preservation portal contains more general information about moving image (film, digital video and analog video) preservation, including news stories and a list of resources for further reading.


Audio

The Audio Preservation portal contains more general information about audio preservation, including news stories and a list of resources for further reading. It also contains information about Wire Recordings, Cylinders, Magnetic Tape, Records or Disks, Analog Audio Tape, Digital Audio Tape, and Digital Audio Files.


Digital Preservation

The Digital preservation portal contains more general information about data disk, born-digital, and optical media preservation, including news stories, how to identify formats, collection assessment tools, and a list of resources for further reading.

Time-Based Media

The term "time-based media" describes any artwork that has both physical and temporal dimensions.

"Typical examples of this category are video and sound artworks, film or slide-based installations, software-based art and other forms of technology-based artworks, many of which can also be regarded as installation art." [1]


References

  1. [1], "What Is “Time-Based Media”?: A Q&A with Guggenheim Conservator Joanna Phillips"