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Broadcast Archives Section publishes Cold War radio research guide

The document provides information about publically available collections materials (sound recordings, archival papers, photographs, publications) created by broadcasters during the years 1947-1991.

Intended for a wide variety of audiences, it is hoped that Research Collections with Cold War-era Radio Materials will prove helpful for researchers seeking information about events, languages, religion, sports, and the performing arts both within and independent of the Cold War historical context.

Wanted: information on Cold War‐era radio collections from Europe

[posted on behalf of Brandon Burke, Archivist for Recorded Sound Collections at the Hoover Institution Library and Archives at Stanford University and the current Chair of the IASA Broadcast Archives Section].

World Radio Day 2019

Date: 
13 Feb 2019
Location: 
worldwide

13 February is a date proclaimed by UNESCO to celebrate radio broadcast, improve international cooperation among radio broadcasters and encourage decision-makers to create and provide access to information through radio, including community radios.

It’s an occasion to draw attention to the unique value of radio, which remains the medium to reach the widest audience and is currently taking up new technological forms and devices.

World Radio Day 2020

Date: 
13 Feb 2020
Location: 
worldwide

13 February is a date proclaimed by UNESCO to celebrate radio broadcast, improve international cooperation among radio broadcasters and encourage decision-makers to create and provide access to information through radio, including community radios.

It’s an occasion to draw attention to the unique value of radio, which remains the medium to reach the widest audience and is currently taking up new technological forms and devices.

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