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Power of the VHS II: The Future of Recording TV & Radio Off-Air

31 October 2010

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Power of the VHS II: The Future of Recording TV & Radio Off-Air

Thursday 16 December 2010, 11am-4.30pm
Sparkbox, Hoxton Square, London

Launch of a national VHS initiative

Be the first to hear about the launch of a national off-air register for VHS holdings, led by the BUFVC.

The register will provide an economical and comprehensive solution for the preservation of unique and sometimes irreplaceable VHS recordings held by institutions.   

Looking forward to tomorrow's technology

What does the future hold for off-air recording?  
What recording limitations do HD broadcasts carry? 

The one-day forum will include case studies and presentations from leading experts in the field of off-air recording and Digital Rights Management, with the opportunity to put forward questions and share your experiences with colleagues.

Please note: delegates do not need to have attended 'Power of the VHS I' to attend this years forum.  The event will open with a short summary of previous content and discussions, before moving onto the full programme, which will build on last year's.

Book to attend

Register now on the BUFVC website

  • £25 for premier and enhanced premier members
  • £30 for standard BUFVC members
  • £40 for non-BUFVC members

Lunch and refreshments are included. The BUFVC’s formal Annual General Meeting will also take place at lunch.

   

 

British Universities
Film & Video Council

77 Wells Street
London W1T 3QJ
tel: 020 7393 1500
fax: 020 7393 1555

bufvc.ac.uk
moving image and sound,
knowledge and access

Need more information?


Contact Sarah Allen:
T: 0207 393 1512
E: email


Tickets are available on the BUFVC website


Power of the VHS II
Image courtesy of Juala De Ardilla

 
   

 

 
 

British Universities Film & Video Council
77 Wells Street, London W1T 3QJ
tel: 020 7393 1500 - fax: 020 7393 1555 - bufvc.ac.uk
The BUFVC is a charity (no. 313582) part-funded by HEFCE via the JISC.