Barend & van Dorp
Politics, culture and sports, in short, all facets of life are discussed at the table of Frits Barend and Henk van Dorp, always assisted by former football player and columnist Jan Mulder.
Common Thesaurus Audiovisual Archives
Sound & Vision has teamed up with several other Dutch organizations that manage audiovisual cultural heritage to develop the Gemeenschappelijke Thesaurus voor Audiovisuele Archieven (Common Thesaurus for Audiovisual Archives, GTAA). The GTAA is used for efficient characterization of the content of audio-visual material from the archive with labels derived from a controlled and structured list of terms, a thesaurus.
Muziekopnamen zendgemachtigden (MOZ)
The audio collection (with also a small amount of video) 'Muziekopnamen zendgemachtigden (MOZ)' contains original concert and studio recordings intended for broadcast, whether or not they were actually broadcast. The collection consists of raw material.
The set contains raw footage of Dutch nature. This subset is part of a larger collection of video's from the project Natuurbeelden that has been made available under a Creative Commons license.
Sound & Vision Catalog Open Data
Metadata for the catalogue objects that are provided by Netherlands Institue for Sound & Vision.
The relatively new medium of film was of great importance in the propaganda machine of the NSB. This is made clear by the NSB film collection that Beeld & Geluid, in cooperation with Netwerk Oorlogsbronnen, is making available online within the WO2 Open Data Depot project.
Open Beelden op Europeana Sounds
Open Images items that have also been published on Europeana Sounds.
A collection of video material that Sound & Vision releases under a Creative Commons licence, or is already in the Public Domain. The video sound dataset on Open Images contains more than 7000 videos.
Radio de Brandaris
The collection Radio De Brandaris contains radio broadcasts that were transmitted between 1944 and 1946 by Radio de Brandaris.
Radio Herrijzend Nederland
The collection of broadcasts from Radio Herrijzend Nederland (Radio ‘The Netherlands Revived’) contains a selection of the radio broadcasts that were transmitted between 1944 and 1946.
The collection of broadcasts from Radio Oranje (Radio Orange) contains a selection of the radio broadcasts that were transmitted between 1940 and 1945. They were broadcasts created by the Dutch Government in exile in London, transmitted to encourage and inform the people of the Netherlands whilst under occupation.