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Wednesday, October 2 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Core developments in audiovisual metadata: A standards update

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In this panel, representatives of PBCore and EBUCore will discuss the latest developments in the standardization of audiovisual metadata and how those standards can be implemented in real-world use cases. PBCore is primarily an XML-based standard, while EBUCore is both an XML-based standard and a fully-fledged RDF ontology. In 2015, PBCore and EBUCore began the process of developing a roadmap between PBCore XML to EBUCore RDF by unifying the existing vocabularies of both metadata standards. As a result of the NEH-funded PBCore Development and Training Project, a mapping between the two standards is now complete and available on the updated PBCore website, along with updated tools and documentation supporting standardized audiovisual metadata (including a Cataloging Tool, an XML Validator, and improved MediaInfo support, among others). The panel will include demonstrations of the new website and metadata tools, a discussion of the use cases for the PBCore and EBUCore data models and semantic web applications, and a conversation about the future of a/v metadata, including the implications of AI for metadata enrichment.

Speakers
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Rebecca Fraimow

Digital Ingest Manager, WGBH
Rebecca Fraimow received an MA from New York University's Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program in 2013 and was part of NDSR-Boston's first cohort. She has since continued working at WGBH as the Digital Ingest Manager, PBCore Project Lead, and Program Coordinator for the... Read More →
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Jean-Pierre Evain

Principal Project Manager, EBU
Jean-Pierre Evain joined the EBU in 1992 after several years spent in the R&D laboratories of France-Telecom (CCETT) and Deutsche Telekom (FI/FTZ). As Principal Project Manager, he is a member of the “EBU Technology and Innovation Department”. He is an expert in data and new media... Read More →


Wednesday October 2, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Theatre 2

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