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Opening Up the Archives: Part 4- A Strategy for the Industry

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Ant Miller Ant Miller | 16:37 UK time, Wednesday, 20 June 2012

In today's short clip from the archives documentary we look at the strategic question: what is the modern archive for?  It's looking at these core fundamental questions, and how they change as we move more and more into a digital environment, that is letting the BBC archive plan a future for its holdings and its services.

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Some of the more alert of our viewers may notice a slight error on Bill Thompson's caption- he works in Archive Development, not in fact in Information and Archives.  Sorry about that.  Only just spotted it, and the editor is on holiday this week.



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