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The paper presents the benefits of a collaborative approach in the domain of audiovisual archiving in two very different contexts: NCAA in India and VIAA in Flanders. Following an initial contextualisation in the respective countries, the authors share a detailed modus operandi, outlining the functionalities and traceability matrices of the implementation processes involved in the networks that they have managed to build. Especially critical are the insights and parallels between NCAA and VIAA in the domains of audiovisual digitisation, digital preservation and access. Concluding with a look to the future, the authors hope to put forward the idea that a well-defined collaborative approach has the potential of functioning as a possible solution to the needs and aspirations of all stakeholders - content providers, digitisation agencies, archival network and a wide range of potential users.
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