Improve people’s lifes in and with media by archiving, exploring and contextualising it, whereby the freedom of thought and expression in text, image and sound is paramount.
Media is an integral part of the world we live in. In 2025, Sound and Vision will be the guardian and leading institute for archiving and interpreting journalism and media. Creating and championing the democratic values of freedom of thought and expression through text, image and sound are key to this. To this end, Sound and Vision will actively promote the use of its extensive collection and open it up as much as possible, for everyone – from professionals to people with a more casual interest. To inspire them and help them excel. In this way, Sound and Vision will help to build a more media literate world.
To achieve this, Sound and Vision will seek collaboration with all the relevant stakeholders and take the lead where necessary. Through its building, its collection and its museum, it will do everything in its power to create free thinking in media. Sound and Vision sees the broadcasters, scientists, government, politicians, educators, heritage organisations, public libraries, business community and creative industry as key partners in making this a success.