Annemieke de Jong is responsible for the development of the strategic and tactical policy for the long term conservation and sustainable access to the collections in the digital archive of Sound and Vision. For many years, she has been developing, documenting and disseminating knowledge within her field on all aspects of AV archiving, such as metadata, standards, information modeling and digital preservation. De Jong is responsible for the certification by external organizations, the integral Digital Archive as a Trustworthy Digital Repository. She also has several publications to her name.
Annemieke was founder and editor in chief of the AVA_Net Kennisbank voor Audiovisuele Archivering (Knowledge Database for Audiovisual Archiving). She holds/held (management) positions in many (inter)national networks and organizations, including: the Media Management Commission of FIAT/IFTA, the UNESCO Memory of the World Committee Netherlands, National Coalition Digital Preservation, European innovation projects and NDE (Netwerk Digitaal Erfgoed). She is editor of the Handbook Information Science of VakMediaNet and worked as a guest lecturer at the Master Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image at the University of Amsterdam.
At Sound and Vision and its predecessors Annemieke de Jong was a Manager, Head of Catalogue, Project Leader Innovative Projects and Senior Policy Advisor Information Policy & Analysis. Annemieke de Jong studied New Media and Digital Culture at the University of Utrecht and Information Management at the Erasmus University.
Read more about the Digital Preservation at Sound and Vision of which De Jong is author. De Jong also obtained the Data Seal of Approval on behalf of Sound and Vision, read more here.
Annemieke de Jong is the contact person for all aspects of (digital) preservation and AV collection management in the broadcasting and heritage archives context, metadata in various forms, (historical) information about the professional development of Sound and Vision and its merge partners / predecessors.