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Proceedings of Past Joint Technical Symposia


  • First Joint Technical Symposium, Stockholm, 1-4 June 1983, Proceedings published by FIAT-IFTA in a special issue of the FIAT Newsletter (January 1986) [PDF, 44Mb].
  • Second Joint Technical Symposium, “Archiving the Audiovisual Heritage”, West Berlin, May 1987. Proceedings published by the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek in 1988 under the title Archiving the Audiovisual Heritage: A Joint Symposium [PDF file, 56Mb].
  • Third Joint Technical Symposium, Ottawa, 3-5 May 1990. Proceedings published in 1992 by UNESCO and the Technical Coordinating Committee, under the title Archiving the Audiovisual Heritage: Third Joint Symposium [PDF file, 56Mb].
  • Fourth Joint Technical Symposium, London, January 1995. Proceedings published in 1999 by the Technical Coordinating Committee under the title Technology and Our Audiovisual Heritage: Technology's Role in Preserving the Memory of the World  [PDF file, 73Mb].
  • Fifth Joint Technical Symposium, “Image and Sound Archiving and Access: The Challenges of the 3rd Millennium”, Paris, 20-22 January 2000. Proceedings published (with an accompanying CD-ROM), by the CNC, under the title Image and Sound Archiving and Access: the Challenges of the 3rd Millenium (PDF file, 73Mb].
  • Sixth Joint Technical Symposium, “Preserving the Audiovisual Heritage: Transition and Access”, 2004, Toronto. The proceedings were not published but the programme is available here.
  • Seventh Joint Technical Symposium, “Audiovisual Heritage and the Digital Universe”, 2007, Toronto. The proceedings were not published but the programme is available here.
  • Eighth Joint Technical Symposium, "Digital Challenges and Digital Opportunities in Audiovisual Archiving”, Oslo, 2-5 May 2010. The papers were published online and are still available here.
  • Ninth Joint Technical Symposium, “Sustainable Audiovisual Collections Through Collaboration”, Singapore, March 2016. The final published proceedings are available for purchase (as an ebook or paperback) through Indiana University Press.

Proceedings of Past Joint Technical Symposia


  • First Joint Technical Symposium, Stockholm, 1-4 June 1983, Proceedings published by FIAT-IFTA in a special issue of the FIAT Newsletter (January 1986) [PDF, 44Mb].
  • Second Joint Technical Symposium, “Archiving the Audiovisual Heritage”, West Berlin, May 1987. Proceedings published by the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek in 1988 under the title Archiving the Audiovisual Heritage: A Joint Symposium [PDF file, 56Mb].
  • Third Joint Technical Symposium, Ottawa, 3-5 May 1990. Proceedings published in 1992 by UNESCO and the Technical Coordinating Committee, under the title Archiving the Audiovisual Heritage: Third Joint Symposium [PDF file, 56Mb].
  • Fourth Joint Technical Symposium, London, January 1995. Proceedings published in 1999 by the Technical Coordinating Committee under the title Technology and Our Audiovisual Heritage: Technology's Role in Preserving the Memory of the World  [PDF file, 73Mb].
  • Fifth Joint Technical Symposium, “Image and Sound Archiving and Access: The Challenges of the 3rd Millennium”, Paris, 20-22 January 2000. Proceedings published (with an accompanying CD-ROM), by the CNC, under the title Image and Sound Archiving and Access: the Challenges of the 3rd Millenium (PDF file, 73Mb].
  • Sixth Joint Technical Symposium, “Preserving the Audiovisual Heritage: Transition and Access”, 2004, Toronto. The proceedings were not published but the programme is available here.
  • Seventh Joint Technical Symposium, “Audiovisual Heritage and the Digital Universe”, 2007, Toronto. The proceedings were not published but the programme is available here.
  • Eighth Joint Technical Symposium, "Digital Challenges and Digital Opportunities in Audiovisual Archiving”, Oslo, 2-5 May 2010. The papers were published online and are still available here.
  • Ninth Joint Technical Symposium, “Sustainable Audiovisual Collections Through Collaboration”, Singapore, March 2016. The final published proceedings are available for purchase (as an ebook or paperback) through Indiana University Press.