Collection Summary The Georgia Gazette Collection consists of 102 Georgia Gazette radio programs produced by Georgia Public Broadcasting in Atlanta, Georgia from 1992-2007. Georgia Gazette started under the name Georgia Journal as an hour long weekly call-in radio magazine that covered a wide array of Georgia topics. It is unclear when the title Georgia Journal … Continue reading AAPB Launches New Special Collection of Radio Programs from Georgia Public Broadcasting, 1992-2007
'Engage Your Community to Celebrate Your History' - Voting closes January 11th! Help the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) connect with more public television colleagues by voting for our PBS Annual Meeting session proposal: 'Engage Your Community to Celebrate Your History'. Vote for #12 at https://pbs.us18.list-manage.com/track/click?u=1ef18d7e30fe3109d60695e37&id=1015068778&e=0fc245cef2! Many stations have piles of tapes in closets, … Continue reading Vote for AAPB’s Breakout Session Proposal for the PBS Annual Meeting!
Produced by Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB), this episode of the series "Louisiana Legends" (1982) features the first part of an interview with Dr. Michael DeBakey, a native of Lake Charles, LA who was a preeminent surgeon whose innovations revolutionized heart surgery. During his interview, Dr. DeBakey discusses his father's immigration to Lake Charles from Lebanon, … Continue reading #InnovationMonday: Dr. Michael DeBakey and Heart Surgery
Available Online: 35,000+ Educational Video and Audio Resources and Primary Sources The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) recently met with K-12 educators, administrators, and teachers-in-training at the annual National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) Conference, a melding of the minds to help advocate and build capacity for high-quality social studies through leadership, services, … Continue reading National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) Conference Resources
Earlier this year, the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) launched FIX IT+, a crowdsourcing tool that invites the public to help improve the searchability of over 50,000 hours of historic public television and radio programming. Now, with the generous support of George Blood, a digitization service provider, the AAPB is launching the Transcribe to … Continue reading AAPB Launches Transcribe to Digitize Challenge with George Blood!
Whether it be World Teachers' Day or Teachers Appreciation Week, these celebrations aim to focus on appreciating, evaluating, and improving the educators of the world. Public broadcasting has brought these concerns to the public for further consideration and here is a brief selection of clips to recognize the ambition of teachers, as well as public … Continue reading Teachers Appreciation
Over the last several months, I’ve worked as a Research Assistant at WGBH on the PBS NewsHour Digitization Project. This project involves taking the predecessor programs for the PBS NewsHour, including The MacNeil/Lehrer Report, The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour and The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, and making them available to a wider audience through digitization, preservation, and … Continue reading Ben Gogel, Research Assistant on the NewsHour Digitization Project
Hello, my name is Tanya Yule and I am one of the five, in the first cohort of the AAPB Public Broadcast Preservation Fellows. Later this month I will be receiving my Masters in Library and Information Science, and an advanced certificate in Digital Assets Management from San Josè State University, with an … Continue reading Tanya Yule, Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellow at CAAM
Historic WRVR-FM Archives Receives CLIR Digitizing Hidden Special Collections and Archives Award More than 4,000 hours of cultural and political radio programming from the 60s and 70s to be made public Morningside Heights, NY – The Council on Library and Information Resources has awarded a grant of $330,000 to digitize, preserve, and make publicly … Continue reading Historic WRVR-FM Archives to be Digitized, Preserved and Made Available in the American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Grant of $229,772 will fund students’ work on digitization of historic, at-risk public media content from underrepresented regions and communities BOSTON, September 28, 2017 – WGBH Educational Foundation is pleased to announce that the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has awarded WGBH a $229,772 Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program grant to launch the Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship. The … Continue reading WGBH Awarded Grant by Institute of Museum and Library Services for Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship