Archive for 'Video Recordings'
Today we’re debuting our new name! From now on, the blog of the National Archives’ Special Media Services Division will be known as The Unwritten Record. We’ll feature the same great content—film, photographs, videos, sound recordings, and other non-textual records from the National Archives’ holdings– just with a new and improved name! Media Matters was fine, […]
Posted by Audrey Amidon on July 17, 2014, under Audio Recordings, Born-Digital Photography, Conservation, Declassification Quarterly Reports, Digitization, Electronic Records, Fun Films, Maps, Military, Motion Pictures, Photo of the Week, Photographs, Posters, Preservation, Reference, Universal News Collection, Video Recordings.
Decades after the Roswell Incident people are still fascinated by it. Last October we wrote about National Archives moving image holdings relating to Project Blue Book and unidentified flying objects (UFOs). In addition to Project Blue Book we also have records relating to the alleged UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. The U.S. […]
This week’s guest post is from Audrey Amidon. Audrey is a Preservation Specialist in NARA’s Motion Picture Preservation Lab. Film Preservation 101: What’s the Difference Between a Film and a Video? Do you know what I am? Okay, if you’re one of the people who can immediately identify the […]
Posted by Carol on June 25, 2013, under Electronic Records, Motion Pictures, Preservation, Video Recordings.
Archives Specialist Marcia Kolko reports that descriptions for nine small series of video recordings from Record Group 370, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have recently been uploaded to our online catalog, the Archival Research Catalog, ARC. The series document a range of NOAA surveys and projects, including documentation of an emergency response drill in the Florida Keys […]
Posted by Carol on April 2, 2013, under Preservation, Reference, Video Recordings.
In an effort to provide information on recently declassified motion pictures and sound recordings the Motion Picture, Sound and Video Branch will publish a quarterly list of newly declassified records. The United States Army (USA), United States Air Force (USAF), and the Department of Energy (DOE) have declassified nearly 200 films and sound recordings in the past few […]
Posted by Laurel on January 11, 2013, under Audio Recordings, Declassification Quarterly Reports, Motion Pictures, Video Recordings.
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