5 dic. 2005

SONY HELPS SHOAH FOUNDATION REALIZE ITS MISSION

SONY HELPS SHOAH FOUNDATION REALIZE ITS MISSION
PARK RIDGE, N.J., Dec. 5, 2005 - The Shoah Visual History Foundation, an organization founded in 1994 by Steven Spielberg dedicated to preserving and sharing its massive archive of Holocaust survivor and witness testimonies, this year completed digitization of 52,000 videotaped interviews from 57 countries in 32 languages.


The foundation now owns about 125,000 hours of digital footage totaling more than 15 petabytes of uncompressed data, and more than 150 terabytes of compressed data in MPEG format.