Ce diaporama a bien été signalé.
Back and forth in time:
Online news archives and presence
Presence and the Past
Presence (Lombard and Ditton, 1997) provides an
explanation of six modes of media engagement effects.
Presence as transportation best explains the use of
Web 2.0 technologies such as streaming and sharing
video to interact with online news archives.
“You are there” – taking the viewer back in time to the
event being reported.
“It is here” – taking the content forward in time to
audiences not included in the content’s original purpose
A 50-Year Time Journey
On Nov. 22-25, 2013,
an online video stream
of the network’s
breaking coverage and
aftermath of the
President John F.
Kennedy in Dallas, Texas,
EXACTLY as viewers saw
it on Nov. 22-25, 1963.
The Mediated Moment
Stream of the Century
British Pathé Ltd. is an
independent archive and the
descendant of one of the major
newsreel producers for theaters
and cinemas in the twentieth
In April 2014, the company
announced it was putting its
entire news archive – more than
85,000 videos – online as a
“We Are British Pathé”
The Future of the Past
Archive building – local and
global – continues
Future technology issues
ISOJ as collective memory?
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Sources: CBSNews.com and dvp-potpourri.blogspot.com, British Pathé
Ltd. and British Pathé on YouTube