On 2014-07-25 9:02 PM, David Pierce wrote:
> The Media History Digital Library
> <http://mediahistoryproject.org/broadcasting/> hosts 1.2 million pages of
> scans of magazines and books on all media - motion pictures, television,
> radio and recorded sound. Every page is searchable and downloadable for
> free. Many of these materials were contributed by the Packard Campus of the
> Library of Congress from their collections. We use the archive.org
> infrastructure to host the files, but run our own website and search engine.
> Titles include extended runs of Broadcasting (1931-1956), Sponsor
> (1946-1964), Radio Broadcast (1922-1930, Radio Mirror (1934-1963), Radio
> (and TV) Today (1935-1941), Talking Machine World (1906-1928), and a full
> run of The Radio (and TV) Annual Year Book (1938-1964) and Variety Radio
> Directory 1937-1941).
> David Pierce
> Director, Media History Digital Library
How do your holdings compare with
It looks as if there may be overlap as well as different resources.
Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
Aurora, Ontario, Canada 647 479 2800
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