WHY DIGITIZE, WHY WORK
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Understand the risks to magnetic tape and how leaving your content in its current format is no longer an option. Its time to take action and digitize. Read how we can support your archive requirements from customers already using our services.
PRESERVE YOUR CONTENT ASSETS
Memnon is committed to supporting institutions to preserve audio-visual material for future generations
GENERATE REVENUES AND INCREASE USER
Leverage the seemingly insatiable demand for content. Archive content has been rediscovered as a high quality and low-cost content platform
INCREASE ACCESSIBILITY OF YOUR ARCHIVE
Increase use-value of your archive. Leverage file based workflows and big data with better metadata and indexations
The costs associated to maintain large archives is expensive with no long-term return. Significant savings are possible in terms of space, property, energy and other costs.
The preservation of audio-visual content is legally required in more and more countries. Digitization can help to meet the requirements for retaining audio-visual evidence and legislative records.
The cost to digitize will increase as equipment and expertise become scarce. Digitize now before your content deteriorates or it becomes too expensive to save.
The South African Broadcast Corporation has an extensive archive of precious recordings of global significance. This project preserves their history as told in video and audio of the time, for future generations.
As part of one of the biggest media digitization and preservation projects in the world, Memnon is digitizing over a half a million items in 5 years, making it accessible for research and education.
The Olympic Archive is a wealth of global sports history, much of it a visual testament to human potential. Memnon’s contribution as technical partner to preserve the audiovisual record of the International Olympic Committee was recognized with the IBC Award in 2016.
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Time is running out for audio-visual content. According to the UNESCO, almost 200 million hours of audio-visual programmes – a whole chapter of our History – are in immediate danger of disappearing.
With deteriorating content and limited supply of specialist equipment to support all formats, it’s becoming increasingly harder to preserve and digitise content.
SEE WHO WE HAVE WORKED FOR
Memnon is currently involved in the digitization of more than 3 million hours of sound and video archives and with new projects concerning several hundred thousands of hours, in Europe, US and Middle East & Africa. Take a look at some of our projects.