Broadcasting and audiovisuals are the easiest audiovisuals to access in everyday life and are shared through the media by recording the times. Overseas, independent broadcasting and audiovisual archives are already in operation under the legal system. As the domestic broadcasting and audiovisual industries continue to grow in size and are drawing global attention, the establishment and operation of public broadcasting and audiovisual archives need to be discussed in more detail. In particular, it is clear that the legal device is a task that must be preceded as the basis for the establishment of public broadcasting and audiovisual archives.
To this end, this study first looked at the Digital Archive Center, which was operated in the 2000s. In addition, the cause of the dismantling of the Digital Archive Center was considered as the absence of a legal device, and the case of the Institut national de l’audiovisuel(INA), which has been operating on a legal basis for a long time, was investigated.
INA is a representative example of implementing a lead-based system in the broadcasting and audiovisual fields, and has been introduced several times through previous studies, but tends to be focused on user services. Therefore, in this study, the analysis was focused on legal factors supporting the operation of INA. Finally, in order to realize the Public Broadcasting and Audiovisual Archive discussed in the previous study, I would like to suggest a legal device for the establishment of Public Broadcasting and Audiovisual Archive in Korea.