[Videolib] Library Journal information request

Eric Bryant (avsupplement@yahoo.com)
Wed, 26 Mar 2003 12:09:44 -0800 (PST)

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Dear Videolib Subscribers

Library Journal is putting together its first ever supplement devoted to Video and Audio collections and services. We would love to have your input. In particular, we are including a feature on innovative programs, collections, services, and marketing concepts dealing with video and audio in all types of libraries. If your library has some sort of special approach to collection building, a successful marketing or outreach program to draw more people into the library through A/V materials, or unique services using A/V, we would love to hear about them. This does not have to be a one-of-a-kind approach, but something that has worked in your library that other librarians might find useful or interesting. All I ask is a quick e-mail to this address (avsupplement@yahoo.com) with a sentence or two telling me about what you are doing and contact info so I can follow up. If you have other suggestions or requests for content, they will also be welcome. We are under deadline pressure so a quick
reply would be greatly appreciated.

Eric Bryant, Contributing Editor

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<P>Dear Videolib Subscribers</P>
<P>Library Journal is putting together its first ever supplement devoted to Video and Audio collections and services. We would love to have your input. In particular, we are including a feature on innovative programs, collections, services, and marketing concepts dealing with video and audio in all types of libraries. If your library has some sort of special approach to collection building, a successful marketing or outreach program to draw more people into the library through A/V materials, or unique services using A/V, we would love to hear about them. This does not have to be a one-of-a-kind approach, but something that has worked in your library that other librarians might find useful or interesting. All I ask is a quick e-mail to this address (<A href="mailto:avsupplement@yahoo.com">avsupplement@yahoo.com</A>) with a sentence or two telling me about what you are doing and contact info so I can follow up. If you have oth
come. We are under deadline pressure so a quick reply would be greatly appreciated.</P>
<P>Eric Bryant, Contributing Editor</P><p><br><hr size=1>Do you Yahoo!?<br>
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