Video: Steve Crossan on Archiving the Future

Steve Crossan, Head of Google’s Cultural Institute, explores the questions facing moving image archiving in the digital age.

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Sixty hours of content are uploaded to YouTube every minute: a revolution in the creation and distribution of moving image. What does this massive proliferation mean for preservation? How will future generations make sense of it? For the third of our revived Ernest Lindgren Memorial Lectures, commemorating the first curator of what is now the BFI National Archive, we welcomed Steve Crossan, Head of Google’s Cultural Institute, to explore these and other questions facing moving image archiving in the digital age.

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