Monday, February 15, 2010

Beeld en Geluid Museum

Based in Hilversum, the heart of the Dutch media landscape, its primary function is to service the Dutch public and commercial broadcasters. Together with them, we aim to shape the future of producing programmes (on TV, internet and radio) in the digital age. However, the actual user base of this institute’ s (rich) archival holdings is much broader, including all levels of researchers, documentary programme makers, and the visiting public at the integral (state of the art) museum.

10,000 hours digitised archival image and sound
700,000 hours of archival image and sound
200 monitors and projections
180 computers
300 loudspeakers
20 cameras
500 studio spotlights
50,000 m. cable
150 specialists for the building and realisation

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