Beth Delaney

Consultant

Beth Delaney

Consultant

Beth operates out of Southwest France and has helped us serve our European-based clients for years. Her experience includes working with analog and digital audiovisual collections in American and European broadcast archives, cultural heritage institutions, research libraries and campaign organizations.

Recent projects include assessing and aligning acquisition, description, preservation and associated metadata workflows with standard digital preservation business requirements. Beth is passionate about the role that a good governance framework plays in successful archive management and assists archives with understanding and improving policy development.

Beth has a MS in Library and Information Science from Simmons College. She is a member of AMIA, IASA and WBGO, the world’s greatest jazz public radio station in Newark, New Jersey.

Recent Clients

  • Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  • Danish State and University Library
  • University of Malta/Culture Directorate Malta
  • Metalabs, Dublin
  • International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Recent Publications

  • Media Archives and Digital Preservation: Overcoming Cultural Barriers, DPASSH 2015 Conference Dublin, Ireland. Co-authored with Annemieke de Jong
  • OAIS Compliant Preservation Workflows in an AV Archive, FIAT MMC Commission Changing Sceneries, Changing Roles Seminar Part VI 2013, Hilversum, Netherlands. Co-authored with Annemieke de Jong and Daniel Steinmeier