November 30, 2015

Learn More About The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (Conference Presentation)

We’ve shared several items about The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) since late last year including a November 14, 2013 post about the Library of Congress being selected as the home of the archive. The project is a collaboration between LC and the WGBH Media Library and Archives (a wonderful resource).

Yesterday, a post on the AAPB web site shared a slide presentation (46 slides) about the archive that was delivered earlier this month at the PBS Annual Meeting San Francisco.

The slide deck provides a look at:

  • Project Goals Through 2015
  • Project Accomplishments Thus Far
  • KQED (Bay Area Public Broadcasting) and the Archive
  • Stations Archived Memories Program From Rocky Mountain PBS

Direct to American Archive of Public Broadcasting Blog Post and PBS Annual Meeting Slide Deck

Direct to Slide Deck (via Slideshare)

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