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Webinar: Preserving Broadcast History

Preserving Broadcast History


Join NAB and the Library of American Broadcasting Foundation (LABF) on Wednesday, August 23 at 2 p.m. ET for the first of a two-part series to learn the importance of documenting and preserving broadcast history for future generations.

Part One: The “Preserving Broadcast History” webinar will provide guidance for broadcasters on how to catalog your station’s history, best practices for creating an inventory and where to store this data and information. A Q-and-A will follow the webinar.


  • Jack Goodman, co-chair, LABF
  • April Carty-Sipp, executive vice president, Industry Affairs, NAB
  • Laura Schnitker, Ph.D., C.A., curator, Mass Media and Culture, University of Maryland’s Special Collections and University Archives
  • Mike Henry, reference specialist, University of Maryland’s Special Collections and University Archives

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Please fill out the form below to register for this webinar, which is free for both NAB members and non-members.

NAB Show New York

Make your plans now to join us for NAB Show New York on October 26 for part two of this important series.

Part Two: Your Content is King: Preserve It | Thursday, October 26 at 9 a.m. during NAB Show New York’s Broadcast Content Summit.

Steven Portnoy, national correspondent for ABC Audio, will moderate the panel focused on the “why” and “how” of station content preservation.

Be sure to register today for NAB Show New York to attend this session.

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