American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) Adds List of Early Public Television Content To Website
From the AAPB Blog Post by Sadie Roosa:
We are excited to post lists of NET Series Titles and Individual Program Titles on the AAPB website, as part of the National Educational Television (NET) Collection Catalog Project, funded by the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR).
To read more about the history and significance of NET, public television’s first national programming network, check out our September update.
To begin this project, we needed to determine what content should be part of the “NET Collection.” Since there is no single complete list of programs distributed by NET, we’ve been working very hard to cobble together the most comprehensive list possible.
The next phase of the project is locating NET media assets at archives and public media organizations across the country. In the next few months we’ll add episode title information to the Series Title list and contact institutions with NET content, as well as all previous producing stations
More About this Project in the Complete Blog Post
See Also: Exciting! American Archive of Public Broadcasting Launches With 7,000 Items Available to Stream Online (October 27, 2015)
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