Registration and coffee: 8:30 - 9:00 am. Program: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.
Workshop cost: $8.00.
This workshop will begin with an outline of the inherent vices and deterioration vectors of audio media. After this refresher on the issues to give everyone a common foundation, the presentation will work with a model RFP and SOW to give attendees the information they need to proceed with preserving this essential and unique part of our collective memory.
About George: President of George Blood LP, a leading provider of archival audio and moving image preservation in Philadelphia, PA. They digitize obsolete and deteriorating audio, video, and film media. They can also migrate and translate data from early tape and disc formats. See more at https://www.georgeblood.com/.
This special event is co-sponsored by the University at Albany Libraries with support from the NYSED Conservation/Preservation Grant Program, and the Capital District Library Council.
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