In 2007, all the museum world had one word in its mouth: podcast!

Directly linked to the development of web syndication/RSS feed, audio online streaming and the iPod, museums were creating different kind of audio content like official and alternative exhibition guides or artist/curator/visitor interviews to reach visitors, kids, professionals, etc.
More than just being into your ears, museums in 2007 started to really be in your daily life by placing art on your computer desktop or in the streets.
Museums are going beyond the wall!>

As far as communication goes, SFMOMA is one of the most forward-thinking museums out there, a status made possible by fostering new technologies and media”
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“In addition to its beautiful museum, the Rijksmuseum has offered us a nice little bonus to download from its website: a Rijkswidget.”
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“Tate Online is a constant source of happiness for me. It uses most of the trendy internet tools and Tate do not hesitate to show off to communicate more, reach their target even better and generate as much traffic as possible. So here is a focus on TateShots.”
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“Recently, we talked about the Louvre brand and how it was sold like any other product. Well, the MoMA has been doing the exact opposite. It sells us any product provided it is part of the MoMA store.”
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“Interactivity, proximity and sharing are all words that well describe the Tate online website! This time around, Tate Online has developed a super interesting tool for the little ones: Tate Tales.”
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“Here is a beautiful campaign initiated by Hewlett-Packard in partnership with the National Gallery consisting in making art accessible for all in the streets of London. A dream come true? yep, thats pretty much it!”
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“For its new major exhibition, The Golden Age of Couture, the V&A has gone full force with multimedia activities.”
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