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Editorial Board: Journal of Digital Media Management

First Published April 2012 Latest Issue February 2023

Journal of Digital Media Management is the major peer-reviewed, professional and research journal for all those involved in the capture, storage and effective application of digital media assets.... read more

Subjects covered include: Distribution, protection and monetization of digital assets; valuing digital assets; metadata, taxonomy and search; digital content workflows; maximizing and protecting brand value; digital rights management; marketing operations; DAM and social media; maximizing the value of DAM system functionality; the DAM vendor landscape; selecting the right DAM system; measuring ROI on DAM investments; new technologies; storage and archive solutions; operational efficiencies; content and data architectures; video and video on demand.

Editorial Board

Journal of Digital Media Management is guided by an expert Editorial Board who peer-review all published content to ensure it is authoritative, practical and relevant:

  • Clifford B. Anderson, Associate University Librarian for Research and Digital Strategy, Vanderbilt University
  • Tatiana Antsoupova, Director, Agency Engagement, Government Data and Policy Branch, National Archives of Australia
  • Richard Buchanan, Media and Entertainment Principal, Verizon Business
  • Kathryn Claypool, Research Data Manager, Arizona State University
  • Mark Davey, Founder, The Codified Consultant
  • Lauren Dohr, Principal, MediaVerse Information Management
  • Alain Dufaux, Director, Operation and Development, Cultural Heritage & Innovation Center, EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
  • Greg Fioravanti, Vice President, Rights, The Walt Disney Company and Vice President, Rights, National Geographic Partners
  • Carin Forman, Director, Digital Photo Services, Home Box Office
  • Jose Javier Franco Garza, Senior Librarian, Historical Resources Center, Research Medical Library, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Nick Gold, Business Development, Padova Technologies
  • Beth Goldstein, Senior Improvement Change Leader, Discover Financial Services
  • Douglas Hegley, Chief Digital Officer, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Patricia Hewitt, Network Cataloger, CLAMS Network
  • John Horodyski, Director, Insights & Analytics, Salt Flats and Adjunct Professor, School of Library & Information Science, San Jose State University
  • Louis E. King, Enterprise Architect, Office of the CTO, Information Technology Services, Yale University
  • Richard W. Kroon, Engineering Director, Entertainment Identifier Registry Association
  • David Lipsey, Partner & CRO, KlarisIP
  • Mary Litviak, Creative Services Coordinator, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin
  • Douglas McCarthy, Art History Collections Manager, Europeana Foundation​
  • Stephen McKillop, Digital Asset Management Global Lead, Diageo
  • Shelley Meeks, Executive Director Content Services, Hearst Magazines/Hearst Magazines International
  • Jan Müller, CEO, Dutch Regional Public Broadcasting Organisation
  • Jennifer L. Mullins, Digital Lifecycle Librarian, Dartmouth College
  • Paul Nicholson, SVP, Production & Technology, Showtime Networks
  • Theresa Regli, Digital Asset Management Expert & Consultant
  • Barbara Roscher, Technology and Business Strategist, Hallmark Cards
  • Linda Tadic, Founder and CEO, Digital Bedrock​
  • Nathan Tallman, Digital Preservation Librarian, Penn State University Libraries
  • Jennifer Tyner, Digital Asset Manager, Progressive Insurance
  • Sarah Walden McGowan, Digital Collections and Preservation Librarian, Robert Frost Library, Amherst College
  • Meghan Walsh, Senior Product Manager - Documentation, Amazon Web Services
  • Matthew Westrup, VP, Technology & Operations, A+E NETWORKS EMEA