Thanks, David...very interesting!
On 2014-07-25 10:04 PM, David Pierce wrote:
> There is overlap in collections between Media History Digital Library and
> American Radio History. We each did our own scanning and have different
> search engines that provide distinct ways of accessing the collections.
> We are much stronger in documenting the breadth of the media industries -
> if you want to track Burns and Allen you can start with the vaudeville days
> using Variety and The Clipper, move to the radio periodicals, then to
> motion picture fan magazines like Photoplay and Modern Screen (1930-1960)
> and then to television in the 1950s. American Radio History has much
> greater depth in radio, including documentation on the many broadcast
> stations across the country.
> We are working with the Library of American Broadcasting at the University
> of Maryland to add some of their titles of greatest research interest to
> the MHDL collection.
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