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Voice of America: Music Time in Africa Blog

Music Time in Africa Facebook

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The MediaPreserve

References from Grant Narrative

APB (American Archive of Public Broadcasting). 2015. Cataloguing Guidelines. July 10.

AVPS (AVPreserve). 2014. Quantifying the Need: A Survey of Existing Sound Recordings in the United States.

Casey, Mike. Media Preservation Survey: A Report. Indiana University Bloomington.

———, and Bruce Gordon. 2007. Sound Directions: Best Practices for Audio Preservation. Trustees of Indiana University and President and Fellows of Harvard University.

CLIR (Council on Library and Information Resources) and LoC (Library of Congress). 2010. The State of Recorded Sound Preservation in the United States: A National Legacy at Risk in the Digital Age.

Gwamna, Bitrus Paul. 1992. “Multicultural programming as a strategy in public diplomacy: Leo Sarkisian and the Voice of America’s “Music Time in Africa.” Ph.D. Thesis, Ohio University.

Heil, Alan L. 2003. Voice of America: A History. New York: Columbia University Press.

Hirtle, Peter B. 2015. “Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States.”

———, Hudson, Emily, and Kenyon, Andrew T. 2009. Copyright and Cultural Institutions: Guidelines for Digitization for U.S. Libraries, Archives, and Museums. Ithaka: Cornell University Library.

Kailath, Ryan. 2015. “In a Kenyan Village, a 65-Year-Old Recording Comes Home.” National Public Radio, June 28.

Klesmith, Elizabeth A. 2014. “Nigeria and Mali: The Case for Repatriation and Protection of Cultural Heritage in Post-Colonial Africa.” Notre Dame Journal of International & Comparative Law: Vol. 4 (1): 47–75.

Kubik, Gerhard. n.d. “Memorandum: Digitizing Project. The Gerhard Kubik/Moya A. Malamusi Private Research Archive Vienna.” Typescript.

IAS (Institute of African Studies). “IAS Audiovisual Archives Overview.” Accessed July 10.

LoC (Library of Congress). 2013. “The 2012 National Recording Registry with a Twist.”

Muneza, Jackson. 2014. “Library of Congress Inducts Leo Sarkisian Music Time in Africa recordings into Registry.”

Maxwell, Heather. 2012. “Veteran Music Man Leo Sarkisian Says Goodbye.”

———. 2015. “Music Time in Africa turns 50.”

NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act for the Fiscal Year 2013). 2013. Public Law No: 112-239 §178.

PBCORE (Public Broadcasting Metadata Dictionary Project). 2011. “WHYY’s Fresh Air Archives, WHYY.” February 1.

———. 2015. “Seminar Recap: What is PBCore and why should I use PBCore?” June 16.

Sarkisian, Mary, and Leo Sarkisian. 2012. “‘The Last Three Feet’: Life and Travels of Mary & Leo Sarkisian.” Typescript.

Thram, Diane, ed. 2010. For Future Generations: Hugh Tracey and the International Library of African Music. Grahamstown, South Africa: International Library of African Music.