LARM (Radio Culture and Auditory Resources Research Infrastructure)

Project: Research

  • Københavns Universitet
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LARM is a humanities research infrastructure for radio and audio cultural heritage. The objective is to further radio and audio based research by securing a national bibliography for radio, maturing research source material with meta-data and annotations, developing tools for access, registering, indexing and dissemination. These resources will be integrated into a virtual environment for research--a researcher's digital radio archive and toolbox.
LARM is anchored in a consortium of leading humanities research and national cultural institutions.
LARM is funded by the National programme for Research infrastructure with a grant of 25 million DKK.
I participate in the following work packages: '4.1 Archives', '4.2 Users and the Public Sphere', and '5.7 Radio on new platforms'.
Effective start/end date01/04/201001/01/2013

    Research areas

  • media archiving radio infrastructure digital humanities

Research outputs

ID: 128946180