Linda Tadic is a thought leader in media and digital preservation and metadata. She has over 25 years’ experience in leading preservation, metadata, and digital production operations at organizations.

Linda Tadic, Founder and CEO
Linda Tadic is a thought leader in media and digital preservation and metadata. She has over 25 years’ experience in leading preservation, metadata, and digital production operations at organizations such as ARTstor, HBO, and the Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection at the University of Georgia. Currently an adjunct professor in UCLA’s Moving Image Archive Studies program teaching Digital Asset Management, she was previously an adjunct professor in NYU’s Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program (courses in collection management and cataloging and metadata).  She consults and lectures on digital asset management, audiovisual and digital preservation, copyright, and metadata, with clients as diverse as WNET/Thirteen, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, SBS (Australia), Dunhuang Academy (China), ESPN, and the Missouri History Museum. She is co-author of the book Descriptive Metadata for Television: an End-to-End Introduction (Focal Press, 2006).  She is a founding member and former President of the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA). 

Jeffery Masino, Marketing/New Business                                                                                           David Margolis, CTO
Diana Eppstein, Project Manager/Developer                                                                               Monique Lassere, Manager, Format Registry

VOID Software DEVELOPMENT team

VOID Software DEVELOPMENT team

VOID Software Development, Development Team

Ann Lawrence, attorney (DLA Piper)

ADVISORS

Craig Wilson, Bixel Exchange

David Lipsey, FCx3, LLC and Global Chair, The Henry Stewart Conferences on The Art and Practice of Managing Digital Media

  Jeffery Masino                 David Margolis                   Diana Eppstein                 Monique Lassere