(18 Nov 2022) Whether it’s the news of the day, or the pop culture of yester-year, so much of New Zealand’s history has been captured on tape and film. But what happens when those file types grow old, and the technology to play them is obsolete?
Ngā Taonga, New Zealand’s audiovisual archive, have partnered with the National Library and Archives NZ to embark on one of the largest digitisation projects of its kind in the world.
A $40 million venture that will see close to half-a-million video and audio files preserved in digital form.
Find out more here.