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Survey of Existing Sound Recordings in Collections in United States

In 2014, AVPreserve and the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC), with funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, undertook an in-depth, multi-faceted assessment to quantify the existing audio items held in institutional collections throughout the United States. This was performed in response to The Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Plan and its call for the appraisal of collections, as well as to establish a foundation for articulating the current preservation need of sound recordings in collections nationwide.

Wanted: back copies of the IASA journal and IASA Phonographic Bulletin

As a service to the sound and audiovisual archives community, IASA is gradually making available for free on the IASA website all back copies of its journal since 1993 and the journal's predecessor, the IASA Phonographic Bulletin (1971-1993):
http://www.iasa-web.org/iasa-journal

We are however missing spare copies of the following:
IASA Journal: issues nos. 2, 3, 23 and 26
IASA Phonographic Bulletin: issues 1 to 33 inclusive, plus issues 35, 37, 50 and 55.

Back issues of IASA journal and Phonographic Bulletin available online

Digitised copies from some of the early issues of the IASA journal and its predecessor, the IASA Phonographic Bulletin, are gradually being added to the IASA website and made available to all:

http://www.iasa-web.org/iasa-journal

IASA Journal, Issue 44 is now available online!

While probably not yet arriving at your door, the 44th issue of the IASA Journal is now available electronically for all IASA members via the IASA website. Just login and you will be able to access PDFs of each article as well as a PDF of the entire issue. The physical issues will make their arrival soon!

http://www.iasa-web.org/iasa-journal/iasa-journal-no-44-january-2015

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