2012 | 1 | Making Sense of Digital Sources
This first issue of the Journal of European Television History and Culture follows up on the central theme of the first international EUscreen conference held in Rome in October 2010. The articles reunited in this first issue explicitly address the challenges of contextualising television material online and touch upon such a broad variety of questions as: the ontological status of digitised sources, analysing and interpreting them, how online access to audiovisual sources affects historical storytelling and whether the “archival turn” shapes a new historical consciousness for our European cultural heritage.
European Television History Online: History and Challenges
Building Platforms for Historians: Making Data Findable: A Critical Reflection on Some German Initiatives
Towards a New Digital Historicism? Doing History in the Age of Abundance
Why Digitise Historical Television?
If Content is King, Context is its Crown
Making the Most of the Archive: Commercial Exploitation of the Digital Archive on Contemporary Italian Network TV
Translating ‘Liebeskummer’: Combo 1965
Digitising Context: The Case of the Radio Times
History in the Backstage of Romanian Television Archives
Retelling the Past with Broadcast Archives: Context Makes Sense