Internet Archive: “Reflecting on 9/11: Twenty Years of Archived TV News – Special Event and Resources”
From an Internet Archive Blog Post by Roger McDonald:
On Thursday, September 9, the Internet Archive will host an online webinar, “Reflecting on 9/11: Twenty Years of Archived TV News” Learn from scholars, journalists, archivists, and data scientists about the importance of archived television for gaining insights into our evolving understanding of history and society.
Participants include the Internet Archive, The American Archive of Public Broadcasting, and The Vanderbilt Television News Archive. Speakers will include Roger Macdonald (Founder, Internet Archive’s TV News Archive), Jim Duran (Director, Vanderbilt Television News Archives), Karen Cariani (David O. Ives Executive Director, GBH Archives and GBH Project Director, American Archive of Public Broadcasting), Kalev Leetaru (Founder, Global Database of Events, Language and Tone Project), and Philip Bump (Washington Post national correspondent focused largely on the numbers behind politics)
Please register in advance for the September 9 webinar (11:00 AM – 12:30 PM PDT)
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