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We all know that political campaigns, particularly at the presidential level, reach spending proportions that are out of this world, ridiculous. And there is no foreseeable end to this madness. 808 more words
Another day, another scandal in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, this time involving Evan Solomon, the host of Power & Politic. Following the publication of some rather sketchy art deals, the former broadcasting star was hastily shown the door by the executives of Canada’s public broadcaster, and with that the star talent of the CBC grew that much thinner. 961 more words
It felt good. The CBC was a church. The President was the Pope and the Vice Presidents the cardinals. Middle managers were high priests and a few Mothers Superior and the rest of us were monks and nuns. 276 more words
The following is a guest post by Rebecca Fraimow, National Digital Stewardship Resident at WGBH and the AAPB.
As the National Digital Stewardship Resident with WGBH and the AAPB, I’ve backed up a lot of drives, designed a lot of workflow diagrams, and written up a lot of documentation, but for my final deliverable for the residency, I got to do something with a slightly broader focus: create a webinar that focused on digital preservation concepts through the lens of the unique needs of a public broadcasting organization. 430 more words