Submitted by Blake on April 21, 2018 - 10:10am
But internationally accepted standards and best practices of audiovisual preservation call for retention of originals, due to the unknown characteristics of digitization, such as long-term stability and vulnerability to electromagnetic interference, the foundation said.
It also questioned why Radio-Canada was preserving its master recordings after making digital copies but CBC had opted to rely only on digital copies.
“Such inequitable treatment of cultural treasures is not acceptable,” said Wilkinson.
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