Unique in its approach, DAS brings together a cross-section of experts from different industries and disciplines sharing user perspectives and expert analysis to examine the full life cycle of the media asset – from content creation to rights management to assuring asset preservation. Case studies and speakers offer a comprehensive look at the challenges and the innovations in managing digital assets in today’s constantly evolving landscape.
Who Attends? Attendees represent a broad range of organizations – film studios, national archives, historical societies, labs, post production, universities, footage libraries and more. Institutions include HBO, Carnegie Hall Archives, Guggenheim Museum, Smithsonian Institute, Getty Images, MoMA, CNN, Columbia University, NBA, NEH, NBC Universal, Princeton University, Rockefeller Archives, Sirius XM, Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision, JEM, Parkwood Entertainment, NYPL, National Geographic, UCLA, Tribune Broadcasting and many more.
We offer a wide range of sponsorship opportunities – please download our 2017 Sponsorship opportunities for DAS: New York. Using these guidelines we can customize a sponsorship to fit your budget and your goals.
The 2017 AMIA calendar will be busy! In addition to DAS …
- May 28 – Archives Screening | AMIA will premiere an archives screening event for the first time in Los Angeles in conjunction with the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) Congress. A tradition at the annual conference the program highlights work from archives around the world, much of it never seen before in public.
- August 24-26 – The Reel Thing Los Angeles | Always a “must-be-there” event, The Reel Thing offers the latest in preservation, restoration and media conservation technologies.
- Nov 29-Dec 2 – AMIA 2017: New Orleans | The annual AMIA Conference is the world’s largest gathering of media preservation and access professionals. Four days of workshops, presentations, exhibits, and screenings, with concurrent sessions offering topics ranging from copyright to digital preservation tools.
We are also planning to continue our Projection Workshop series this year, offering training in 35mm projection of archival and rare prints; collaborating with NEDCC to bring more training online to an expanded audience; and working with EYE Filmmuseum on a special edition of The Reel Thing in Amsterdam in May.
There are a number of ways for you to get involved in AMIA! We offer a number of sponsorship packages that offer you an opportunity to reach media professionals in all facets of the field. Our preliminary 2017 Sponsorship Packages are here- we’ll be adding more information about out upcoming events very soon.
Our partners and sponsors are passionate about their involvement with AMIA, our members and the work we do. And we couldn’t be more pleased to have their support!
Questions? Call us at 323.463.1500!