John L. Hanson Jr., In Black America producer/host, in a control room in the new KUT studios in the Belo Building (Photo by Marsha Miller) KUT 90.5, Austin’s NPR Station, at The University of Texas at Austin, in collaboration with the American Archive of Public Broadcasting, has received a generous grant from the Council on … Continue reading Twenty-Three Years of “In Black America” Will be Restored, Digitized and Archived for Research and Future Generations
AAPB News American Archive of Public Broadcasting to Preserve Fifty Years of Sesame Street for Posterity PHOTO CREDIT - Sesame Workshop This year Sesame Street celebrates its 50th anniversary, and 4,500 episodes of Sesame Street will be incorporated into the American Archive of Public Broadcasting over the next year! Read our press release for more information … Continue reading AAPB Spring 2019 Newsletter
Collection Summary The A Word on Words Collection contains 901 episodes from the acclaimed long-running series produced by Nashville Public Television featuring thoughtful and surprising discussions about literature and the lives of authors. The collection includes episodes from 1972 through 2013 with host John Seigenthaler, a native Nashvillian and longtime journalist, publisher, and editor with the Tennessean, and … Continue reading AAPB Launches A Word on Words Collection from Nashville Public Television (1972-2013)
In this series, the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) invites researchers, educators, industry professionals and collaborators to highlight the diversity of topics, interests, and perspectives preserved and made accessible in the public radio and television collections of the AAPB. This week we welcome Michael Grasso, a recent graduate of Harvard Extension School's Master's program … Continue reading Guest Curation: WGBH and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the early 1960s
As the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) nears completion of the PBS NewsHour Digitization Project, funded by the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), we have identified nearly 600 episodes of PBS NewsHour predecessor series (primarily The Robert MacNeil Report and The MacNeil/Lehrer Report) that remain missing from the collection. Early in the … Continue reading Help AAPB Locate Missing NewsHour Episodes!
Who remembers the good old days of coming home from a long day and watching the evening news on TV in your family living room? I certainly do. It seems that these days, we have less time than we used to. Commute home, walk the dog, cook dinner, etc., etc. Plus, we’re constantly fed by … Continue reading Watch Old PBS NewsHour Episodes on Your TV
Women's History Month is held annually during the month of March to commemorate and encourage the study, observance and celebration of the vital role women hold in American history. Over the last seven decades, public radio and television programs have documented these efforts on the national and global level, and the American Archive of Public … Continue reading Women’s History Month 2019
UPDATE as of 4/5/19 - Thank you all who were able to join us for AAPB's Educators Webinar! For those who were not able to make it, you can listen to our recorded meeting below. https://videopress.com/v/X3Kdk3TC How to Use the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) as a Resource in Your Classroom FREE Educator Webinar … Continue reading Educators Webinar, April 4th: How to Use the American Archive of Public Broadcasting as a Resource in the Classroom
Bonjour! The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) has launched a new Special Collection of En Français, a series produced by Louisiana Public Broadcasting (1980-1993) in partnership with the Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL). We welcome Leslie Bourgeois, Louisiana Public Broadcasting's archivist, to introduce the collection: "Louisiana’s time as a French … Continue reading Contributed by Louisiana Public Broadcasting, the NEW En Français Collection is entirely in French!
In this series of curated posts, the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) invites researchers, educators, industry professionals and collaborators to highlight the diversity of topics, interests, and perspectives preserved and made accessible in the public radio and television collections of the AAPB. Please welcome guest curator Marine Robbez, a French graduate student earning a … Continue reading Guest Curation: African-American women during the activist movements of the 1950s-1970s