If you’ve ever wondered how the Library of Congress handles its massive audio and visual collections now you can find out courtesy of PBS NewsHour, which visited the Packard Campus for Audio-Visual Conservation in Culpeper, Virginia in a segment originally broadcast last night. Watch it below or read the transcript here. Most of the segment discusses audio but there is a bit about film at the start and about two minutes about film and television at the end.
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