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 Series: WGBH and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the early 1960s
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?preloadContent=metadata Access the presentation slides at https://www.slideshare.net/RynMarchese/aapb-educators-webinar! How to Use the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) as a Resource … 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 Series: African-American women during the activist movements of the 1950s-1970s
Overview From black-and-white footage of protests against segregated schools in New York City, to full-color newscasts about the rollout of No Child Left Behind in Guam, public television has had a long history of covering education stories. This Education Reporting on Public Television exhibit highlights documentaries, news magazines, talk shows, and special reports in the … Continue reading New AAPB Curated Exhibit: Education Reporting on Public Television!
Most public radio and television organizations are at-risk of losing their archival materials due to deterioration and the high costs associated with digitization. The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) is partnering with George Blood L.P., a digitization vendor, to help AAPB's contributing organizations preserve their collection one transcript and one tape at a time … Continue reading How to FIX IT+ and Why: Crowdsourcing to Save Public Media
Rubik’s Cubes, shoulder pads, Cool Ranch Doritos—there’s no doubt the 1980s was an iconic era. WGBH's BostonTalks invited the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) to throw it back with them to hear about the fashion, news, and music of the 1980s. Audiences are encouraged to sport their sweatbands and legwarmers as they jazzercise their … Continue reading AAPB Takes It Back to the 1980s with WGBH BostonTalks!
Collection Summary Visit the collection at http://americanarchive.org/special_collections/say-brother! Now preserved and available online in the American Archive of Public Broadcasting, the Say Brother Collection includes programs and original interviews created for Say Brother (1968 – 1997), WGBH's longest running public affairs television program by, for and about African Americans now known as Basic Black (1998 – … Continue reading New Special Collection of Programs and Original Interviews Created for Say Brother (WGBH)
George Washington's birthday, also known as Presidents' Day, is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of February. The day honors presidents of the United States, past and present, and the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) has preserved historic public radio and television programs that highlight the lives and legacies of America's presidents. … Continue reading Commemorating Presidents’ Day Through AAPB Programming