Irreplaceable broadcast artifacts, and the voices documented in those artifacts, sit undiscovered in boxes gathering dust — and are at risk of becoming lost forever.

Pop Up Archive provides a straightforward, scalable system of organization and vocabulary for broadcast audio and related material. We help producers share digital audio content in ways that are meaningful and useful, through training and information management consulting with open-source software solutions.

The Pop Up Archive system provides a well-documented method for independent producers to store and access content: media files are seamlessly uploaded to the Internet Archive for permanent preservation with the option of social sharing through SoundCloud, all at no cost to the user.

The initial phase of Pop Up Archive resulted in software plug-ins scheduled for fall 2012 release through Omeka, an open-source web publishing platform. Phase two of the project focuses on data standards across organizations and web service needs.

PopUpArchive   Anne Wootton & Bailey Smith, Oakland, United States


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