From: Meg Keller
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Subject: RE: [Videolib] Q from TV librarian & 1st time
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Subject: [Videolib] Question from TV librarian & 1st time
off, my apologies for the possible cross postings through listservs. I hope
this email may find its way to other people of similar work and interests. I
consider myself a TV/video librarian. My background, education and experience
is in TV news production with a focus on TV news archives. Despite 7 years in
the field, this will be my first
Does anyone have any suggestions for lectures or events to attend? As I have noticed in my schooling and networking, those with my interest are few and far between. I want to make the most out of my first conference, but there don’t seem to be many relevant topics for TV, video or news librarianship. Aside from the CALA banquet on Sunday, Conference 101 and an event entitled “Film & Broadcast Librarians Disc. Group”, I’m at a loss.
Any advice? Any other attendees with similar backgrounds who would like to meet up? I’m a Chicagoan who knows the area really well.
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