The state of recorded sound preservation in the United States : a national legacy at risk in the digital age / commissioned for and sponsored by the National Recording Preservation Board of the Library of Congress.
- Washington, D.C. : Council on Library and Information Resources : Library of Congress, 
- CLIR publication ; no. 148.
CLIR publication ; no. 148
- Government document
viii, 169 pages ; 28 cm.
- Sound recordings -- Conservation and restoration -- United States.
Sound recordings -- Digitization -- United States.
Digital preservation -- United States.
Sound recording libraries -- United States.
Sound archives -- United States.
Copyright -- Sound recordings -- United States.
Copyright and digital preservation -- United States.
Fair use (Copyright) -- United States.
- Sound recording collections : an overview of preservation and public access in the twenty-first century
Technical issues in digital audio preservation
Development of curricula in recorded sound preservation and archives management
Preservation, access, and copyright : a tangled web
Appendix A. National recorded sound preservation study : announcement of study and public hearing (November 2006)
Appendix B. Report of a task force discussion to define prerequisites, core knowledge, and graduate educational directions for sound preservation professionals, and to review an annotated bibliography of audio preservation resources
Appendix C. Obstacles to access and preservation of recorded sound
Appendix D. Folk collections in crisis report : concluding discussion and recommendations.
- "This study was written by Rob Bamberger and Sam Brylawski on behalf of the National Recording Preservation Board"--Page iv.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Bamberger, Robert.
National Recording Preservation Board (U.S.)
- Other format:
- Online version: State of recorded sound preservation in the United States.
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