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
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
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!
WGBH, on behalf of the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) and with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, is excited to announce today’s launch of FIX IT, an online game that allows members of the public to help AAPB professional archivists improve the searchability and accessibility of more than 40,000 hours … Continue reading AAPB Launches Crowdsourcing Game