Radio and National Heritage
Academics and archivists shared the methods they use to preserve audio from radio, film and TV. Some of the collections discussed include the NPR… read more
Academics and archivists shared the methods they use to preserve audio from radio, film and TV. Some of the collections discussed include the NPR Historical Archives, Vox Pop radio and TV recordings, Native American radio broadcasts, and “orphan films,” non-mainstream productions discarded by their owner. close
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Aniko Bodroghkozy Professor University of Virginia->Media Studies Department
Jane Gilvin Strategist NPR->Data and Search
Chuck Howell Librarian University of Maryland, College Park->Journalism and Communication Studies
Michael Keith Associate Professor Boston College->Communication Department
Ayda Pourasad Archivist NPR
Daniel Streible Associate Professor New York University->Tisch School of the Arts
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