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    Historical Video and Audio Clippings

    We utilize the latest technologies to digitally convert historic content which exists on VHS, Hi8, Mini DVs, Beta Max, 8mm & 16mm film and tag the content.

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    We Make Digital Transfer Simple & Safe!

    With Orders of $500 or more – New York to Philadelphia and all of New Jersey – We will come to you!

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    Reconnecting schools with alumni

    We help schools strengthen relationships with alumni, student body,
    families, communities, and prospective students.

  • Raise Money for your Library while Preserving the Memories of your Patrons

    Raise Money for your Library while Preserving the Memories of your Patrons

    We offer a fundraising program that provides libraries and other organizations an innovative and effective means to raise money, while also helping individuals preserve their personal memories.

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    We Were Entrusted with Digitizing the U.S. Constitution and
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We Transform Your Films, Media, And Documents Into Crystal Clear, Cinema Quality Digital Formats That Will Last Forever.

 

Our state of the art technology has allowed us to deliver high performance digitization of motion pictures for the Academy of Motion Pictures of Arts and Sciences, as well as some of the world's most important original documents contained in historical archives, including medieval manuscripts, the Declaration of Independence,
and the United States Constitution.

Through our unique technology, long time experience, and professional services, Digital Memory Media has become the premier digitization company, serving communities, businesses and families worldwide for over 15 years.

 

 
 
 

Why You Must Act Now

Deterioration of Film Over Time

Unknown to many people is the fact that photographs and videotapes deteriorate. Due to the chemical makeup and development process of photographs through the years, deterioration of photos is expected.

Videotapes lose their magnetic signal over time as the binder that holds the magnetic particles to the polyester base decays. The friction between the VCR head and tape causes the quality and color to deteriorate, and the tape grows brittle and eventually breaks.

People are starting to realize this. It is no surprise that millions of people are contacting us to preserve their memories before they fade away.

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Imagine keeping historic moments and home videos at your fingertips, for viewing and sharing at any time. Keep your vintage masterpieces catalogued with your new photos all in one place, including your phone or tablet.


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Greater Media Archives Now Available at Mat-Ab Library

Greater Media archives now available at Mat-Ab library 

BY JACQUELINE HLAVENKA 
Staff Writer 
December 22, 2010
 
MATAWAN — The borough’s hometown newspaper is now available through a digital archive at the Matawan-Aberdeen Public Library (MAPL). 
 
The Independent, the newspaper of record for the Bayshore section of Monmouth County, has been digitized from March 1972 through March 2000 on the MAPL website. 
 
“It’s fully operational and it’s fully searchable, which is a wonderful detail,” Kimberly L. Paone, library director of the Matawan- Aberdeen Public Library, said in an interview. “People are definitely using it. I’m receiving comments and compliments about the search engine, and just having access to that information is really helpful for our community.” 
 
The library partnered with the Middletown Township Public Library and the Monmouth County Library System for the $30,000 digital imaging project. 
 
“It is our hometown paper, and it is really what people are looking for,” Paone said. “We saw the greatest need for putting The Independent in digital form.” 
 
The library worked with Innovative Document Imaging (IDI) of East Brunswick to transfer paper copies of the Independent into digital images. 
 
“We at Matawan had all the back issues of the Independent newspaper, which is rare,” Paone said. 
 
The MAPL also worked with IDI on the digitization of the Matawan Journal, the newspaper that preceded the Independent. 
 
“The technology has advanced as such that the digitized Independent is of a much better quality because the process was done on actual newspapers, not from microfilm,” Paone said. “We were able to get much better images. A lot of libraries are getting away from microfilm and those kinds of offerings and really want to move more toward digitized and electronic resources.” 
 
The Independent is part of Greater Media Newspapers, a group of 10 community newspapers serving Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties. The Independent covers the communities of Matawan, Aberdeen, Hazlet, Keyport, Holmdel and Middletown. 
 
The newspaper archive is available at the library, 165 Main St., and on the MAPL website at http://matawan.ididigital. com/index.cgi?level=2& pub_title=The%2 0Independent.

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  • "We at the BAM Archives are very happy with the work you have done and would like to express our gratitude.We realize that you performed excellent work at extremely competitive pricing."
    - Archives Manager Louie Fleck
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