Media Asset Preservation is for
anyone with data, documents, or media that is at riskof begin permanently lost.
Warning! Your media assets are deteriorating as you read this information, and the decks to play them back
may not exist in 5 years.
Use MAP to convert Corporate Media Assets to Digital Archives
In addition to preserving any important historical media, the visual and audio stories that have been created
for broadcast and corporate projects are in jeopardy. The vulnerability of film, audio, and videotape
to deterioration and the increasing obsolescence of video formats threaten the rich heritage contained
in these assets. For corporations, it is important to take your non-productive media assets (that are
sitting on shelves or in record storage facilities) and use our powerful FREE searchable database to
turn them into assets that can be instantly used for marketing and broadcast purposes.
Use MAP to convert Non-Profit Media Assets to Digital Archives
As our videotape and audiotape age and deteriorate, we are at risk of losing significant media collections
that document the art, culture, and history of our diverse communities. Digitizing the media to protect
our history is certainly important, but the system to be able to have patrons of museums and other nonprofit
organizations access and view that history is paramount. We give you a very powerful and free database
that can be accessed by any computer anywhere in the world. Patrons of a museum can view the media on
monitors on site or the museum can also for a fee, if desired, allow its members to research and view
the content from their home.
Use MAP to convert Government Media Assets to Digital Archives
The important history contained in videotape, audiotape, and photographs is at serious risk. The digital
library that MAP can create will preserve the integrity of these assets and assure that the digital collections
are readily and economically available for use by future generations. MAP can facilitate your ability
to search and access the entire database from any computer, anywhere in the world. Our country is rich
in history and we are responsible for preserving that history.