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Louisiana Public Broadcasting Digital Preservation Plan

I have completed my NDSR AAPB residency at Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB)! While most of my cohort will continue chugging along for another few months, I sadly have to finish up a bit early. But, I’m leaving for an exciting … Continue reading

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Advocating for Archives in a Production Environment

One of the new experiences I’ve had here at LPB, among the many new experiences that have accompanied moving to Baton Rouge, Louisiana (I have way more opinions about gumbo now), has been working for an archive in a production … Continue reading

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AAPB NDSR Webinars

We have another resident-hosted webinar coming up in a few weeks! Intro to Data Manipulation with Python CSV (Adam Lott) Thursday, February 23 3:00 PM EST Archivists frequently inherit huge amounts of messy and disorganized data. More often than not, … Continue reading

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Register for our upcoming webinars

We have two free, resident-hosted, open-to-the-public webinars coming up in January! Challenges of Removable Media in Digital Preservation (Eddy Colloton) Thursday, January 12th, 3:00 PM ET Removable storage media could be considered the most ubiquitous of digital formats. From floppy … Continue reading

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Just Ask For Help Already!

I do not know everything. Nor does anyone else. Huge surprise, I’m sure. Lemme give you a second to pick your jaw up off the floor and recompose yourself. Despite the fact that this foregone conclusion is painfully obvious, I … Continue reading

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Home Movie Day

Please feel free to check out this blog post on my personal website, eddycolloton.com 1973-1974 – Water Skiing and Snow Skiing from Eddy Colloton on Vimeo. My grandfather, James Colloton, Sr. (1926-2014), or “Papa” to my cousins and me, recorded … Continue reading

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Snapshot from the IASA Conference: Thoughts on the 2nd Day

Greetings from Day 2 of the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) conference in Washington DC. This is my first time going to IASA, and I’m still not totally clear on the pronunciation of the acronym. “Eye-ah-suh” seems … Continue reading

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