Source: Thanks to Carrie H. for this one!
Hagley is seeking a full-time project archivist for a two-year effort to process the audiovisual materials in its David Sarnoff Collection.
The position is part of a three-year grant-funded project to make fully accessible to researchers the David Sarnoff Collection, the extraordinary and comprehensive 2,800-linear-foot archive of materials documenting the business dealings of David Sarnoff, pioneer of the media and electronics age. The history of the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) and the founding of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) are recorded in the collection’s manuscripts, reports, notebooks, publications, photographs, moving images, and sound recordings. RCA’s research & development activities as well as the emerging American consumer culture are also recorded here. They vastly enlarge RCA-related collections already at Hagley.
George Blood Audio/Video/Film is offering a paid internship for summer 2014. Please see the announcement below and the enclosed flyer.
George Blood Audio and Video is a leading provider of audiovisual and moving image preservation and digitization services. Every month our Philadelphia studio reformats over 10,000 hours of recordings on decaying and obsolete media to a variety of digital formats. Our clients consist of libraries, museums, archives and private collectors, both nationally and internationally.
Content Management Intern
The Content Management Intern will work at Ripley Entertainment Inc. world headquarters in Orlando, Florida. As part of the Intellectual Property/Content Management Team they will assist with both digital asset workflow and physical media tracking. Ripley content is interesting and unique and ranges from historical Robert Ripley photos to all types of attraction branding and publishing media. The Content Management Intern will be trained to use our state-of-the-art DAM (digital asset management) system and gain practical experience in content management best practices.