8.4 kilometres of shelving for Australia's audiovisual collection

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia’s CEO, Michael Loebenstein, officially opened the NFSA’s newest collection preservation facility in Canberra on 3 December.

Radio Mogadishu archives get digitized

After more than 60 years of analogue storage in an inadequate environment, the Radio Mogadishu audio archive is being digitized in order to save it from deterioration and introduce the unique Somali historical recordings to new audience.


Sound Recording Collections Survey

[posted on behalf of William R. Vanden Dries ]

Belfer Audio Archive's 50th birthday

The Belfer Audio Archive at Syracuse University is celebrating its 50th anniversary. From October 31 to November 2, 2013, a series of interlinked concerts, film screenings, lectures and seminars will celebrate the anniversary, promoting the Belfer’s rich heritage illuminating the importance of recorded sound to music-making in the twentieth century, and the legacy of those practices on music today.


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