Steve Wilcer, Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellow at WUNC

Hello! My name is Steve Wilcer. I coordinated with WGBH and WUNC Radio in Chapel Hill, North Carolina as a member of the second cohort of fellows for the AAPB Public Broadcast Preservation Fellowship. I am currently working towards a Master of Science in Library Science at the University of North Carolina and plan to … Continue reading Steve Wilcer, Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellow at WUNC

Riley Griffin, Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellow at GPB

Hi, everyone!  My name is Riley Griffin (xe/xir).  I am just now entering my second year of graduate school in Clayton State University’s Masters of Archival Studies program.  I am the second fellow, after Virginia Angles, to be a part of the American Archives of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship (PBPF).  My part … Continue reading Riley Griffin, Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellow at GPB

AAPB Transcription Workflow

The AAPB started creating transcripts as part of our "Improving Access to Time-Based Media through Crowdsourcing and Machine-Learning" grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). For the initial 40,000 hours of the AAPB's collection, we worked with Pop Up Archive to create machine-generated transcripts, which are primarily used for keyword indexing, to … Continue reading AAPB Transcription Workflow

Upcoming AAPB Webinar Featuring Kathryn Gronsbell, Digital Collections Manager at Carnegie Hall

Photo courtesy of Rebecca Benson, @jeybecques, PBPF Fellow at University of Missouri. This Thursday, March 15th at 8 pm EST, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) staff will host a webinar with Kathryn Gronsbell, Digital Collections Manager at Carnegie Hall and will cover topics in documentation, including why documentation is important, what to think about when recording … Continue reading Upcoming AAPB Webinar Featuring Kathryn Gronsbell, Digital Collections Manager at Carnegie Hall