Preservation of Archival Audio
He was the keynote speaker at “Saving America’s Radio Heritage: Radio Preservation, Access, and Education,” a conference sponsored by the Library of Congress' Radio Preservation Task Force.
Professor Paddy Scannell talked about the preservation of archival audio. He argued that recorded sound is as important as film in capturing history.
He was the keynote speaker at “Saving America’s Radio Heritage: Radio Preservation, Access, and Education,” a conference sponsored by the Library of Congress' Radio Preservation Task Force. close
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Michele Hilmes Professor University of Wisconsin-Madison->Communication Arts Department
Jane McAuliffe Director Library of Congress->National and International Outreach
Paddy Scannell Professor University of Michigan->Department of Communication Studies
Christopher Sterling Chair National Recording Preservation Board
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