ABSTRACT

For more than half a century, broadcast recordings have reflected an important aspect of our culture and history. An increasing number of archivists and private collectors have restored and exchanged radio and television materials. However, despite the awareness of these primary resource materials, there is still some reluctance to utilize this aural and visual history resource. A part of this reluctance is due to the fact that little is known about the existence of many collections throughout the nation.

This volume provides a comprehensive directory of electronic media archives in the United States and Canada. It describes each collection, focusing on its speciality, providing the serious researcher with ready access information to these electronic media program resources. Focusing on both private and institutional collections, it is organized by state and city with indexes to provide the scholar with subject and location of specific topics of interest.

chapter |2 pages

Alabama

chapter |7 pages

Arizona

chapter |38 pages

California

chapter |2 pages

Colorado

chapter |6 pages

Connecticut

chapter |3 pages

Delaware

chapter |36 pages

District of Columbia

chapter |1 pages

Florida

chapter |5 pages

Georgia

chapter |1 pages

Hawaii

chapter |16 pages

Illinois

chapter |4 pages

Indiana

chapter |3 pages

Iowa

chapter |2 pages

Kansas

chapter |1 pages

Kentucky

chapter |2 pages

Louisiana

chapter |2 pages

Maine

chapter |4 pages

Maryland

chapter |9 pages

Massachusetts

chapter |9 pages

Michigan

chapter |2 pages

Minnesota

chapter |2 pages

Mississippi

chapter |4 pages

Missouri

chapter |5 pages

New Jersey

chapter |1 pages

New Mexico

chapter |22 pages

New York

chapter |1 pages

North Carolina

chapter |1 pages

North Dakota

chapter |13 pages

Ohio

chapter |2 pages

Oklahoma

chapter |2 pages

Oregon

chapter |4 pages

Pennsylvania

chapter |2 pages

Rhode Island

chapter |3 pages

South Carolina

chapter 10|4 pages

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