Overview Edit

Content sectors are the information producers, providers, and users who cluster around content with a common profile, such as geospatial, audio, or web content. Content sectors usually have shared interests in developing standards and best practices for the creation and description of that content, and often collaborate to develop tools and services that are of special utility for that content.

The content sectors of particular interest to the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) are geospatial, text and image, audiovisual, broadcast television, and web-based content. NDIIPP gives priority to three user communities with particular interest in these content sectors: public policy, research and education, and cultural heritage.[1]

References Edit

  1. Library of Congress, Preserving Our Digital Heritage: The National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program 2010 Report 11 (Jan. 2011).

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