LARM Audio Research Archive

Project: Research

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Description

LARM Audio Research Archive is an interdisciplinary project, the goal of which is the production of a digital infrastructure to facilitate researchers’ access to the Danish radiophonic cultural heritage.
The LARM project is a collaboration between a number of research and cultural institutions: The University of Copenhagen, Roskilde University, The University of Southern Denmark, Aalborg University, The Royal School of Library and Information Science, The Danish Broadcasting Corperation, The State and University Library, The Danish Research Network, Kolding School of Design and The Museum of Media.
The main purpose of LARM is to establish a digital archive with the appropriate tools and a bibliography to enable researchers to search and describe the many recordings of the radiophonic cultural heritage. Radio has played an important role in Danish lives and, today, radio broadcasts form an invaluable, yet untapped, source to Danish culture and history. LARM Audio Research Archive will allow access to thousands of hours of national and local radio broadcasts from 1925 and onwards and thus prepare them for future research.
AcronymLARM
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date22/08/201131/12/2013

Activities

Research outputs

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