AVPS President, Chris Lacinak was recently quoted in the Rolling Stone article “File Not Found: The Record Industry’s Digital Storage Crisis” (written by David Browne and published in the December 23, 2010-January 11, 2011 issue). Mr. Browne interviewed Chris as an expert reference in the area of di
All -philes are a bit odd, but I’ve always thought of audiophiles as the mad scientists of the preservation world.
While you were busy comparison shopping between a Kindle and a Nook this past month, paper books were still being published, including Daniel Eagan’s America’s Film Legacy: The Authoritative Guide to Landmark Movies in the National Film Registry. He spoke […]
Written by Chris Lacinak in representation of the Audio Engineering Society and the Association of Moving Image Archivists.
AudioVisual Preservation Solutions (AVPS) was pleased to receive acknowledgment from the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) in their annual report for contributions made to the organization. Chris Lacinak was recognized for representing AMIA at the National Recording Preservation Board […]
As previously noted, Chris Lacinak of AudioVisual Preservation Solutions represented the Association for Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) and the Audio Engineering Society (AES) at the National Recording Preservation Board (NRPB) Hearings in December of 2006. He provided oral testimony as […]
Chris Lacinak of AudioVisual Preservation Solutions (AVPS) was honored and privileged to receive a request from the Association of Moving Image Archivist (AMIA) Executive Director , Keith LaQua and President, Janice Simpson to represent the AMIA community at the New […]