The Seven Days collection contains more than 40 digitized episodes available online of the weekly 30-minute TV public affairs show Seven Days, aired by Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) between 1997-2003. Produced by Morgan Holm and moderated by Stephanie Fowler, the show featured news reports accompanied by discussions with journalists and others on current events in Oregon.
New Job Opportunities at the American Archive of Public Broadcasting!
Three new positions at GBH, working on the American Archive of Public Broadcasting, are now open for applicants, thanks to our recent Mellon Foundation grant! Brief job descriptions are below, with full information on responsibilities, skills, and application requirements available at the links provided. Please share these positions with qualified applicants!
New Special Collection Featuring LGBTQ+ History! In The Life, From UCLA Film & Television Archive
The In the Life collection contains 197 episodes from television’s longest running LGBTQ+ news magazine. Created by Emmy Award-winning producer John Scagliotti and produced by In the Life Media, Inc., the monthly series of half-hour programs spanned 20 years between 1992 and 2012.
Mellon Foundation Awards GBH $16 Million Grant to Support the American Archive of Public Broadcasting
BOSTON (January 11, 2023) – The Mellon Foundation has awarded GBH $16 million to support the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB), a GBH collaboration with the Library of Congress, to digitize, preserve and make accessible historically significant public radio and television programs from producers and stations across the United States. This grant will be the largest private philanthropic grant GBH has ever received.
50 Years of Historic New Mexico Public Television and Radio Programs Now Available to Stream in the American Archive of Public Broadcasting
BOSTON (January 10, 2023) – The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) has released the New Mexico Public Media (NMPM) Collection, which brings together more than 8,000 items from public media stations across the state, including full television and radio programs, as well as interviews and footage documenting New Mexico’s social, political, artistic and cultural history between 1963 and 2020.