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Simon and Garfunkel looked a bit tense back as old friends in Central Park

Where was I on Sept. 19, 1981, when all those people crammed into Central Park to see Simon & Garfunkel get back together on stage? 1,004 more words


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I still wonder what you think about the soap opera question that I posted recently. It had the most unusual situations and I suppose that’s why it was removed. 186 more words

AAPB welcomes Rachel Curtis, new Digital Conversion Specialist

The AAPB team is thrilled to welcome Rachel Curtis as our new Digital Conversion Specialist at the Library of Congress. In this role, Rachel is the project manager for the Library of Congress side of the AAPB project. 145 more words


Daily Report: Using the Web to Transform Public Radio by PUI-WING TAM


The digital shift was supposed to destroy public radio, with so much streaming music available through the web. But some stations have found a way to turn the change to their advantage. 15 more words


Money Is Nice But Good Thinking Is Even Nicer

Supporters of public broadcasting have every reason to be optimistic. The new federal government has promised to undo the damage done to the CBC that began before Harper but that was made worse by his government. 282 more words

AAPB Makes Historical Public Media Content Available to the Public

American Archive of Public Broadcasting Launches Online Reading Room Making Historical Public Media Content Available to the Public

Establishes Executive Advisory Council; receives grants for digital archivist residencies, NET and Pop Up Archive projects… 1,326 more words