PBS NewsHour Looks at the Library of Congress

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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