Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts

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Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts
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Erika Titkemeyer; Sarah Nguyễn; Mary Kidd
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abstract Contemporary podcasting is used not only to extend the reach of existing radio stations and personalities but also by hundreds of independent content creators who can bypass the strictures of traditional distribution channels to deliver audio programs directly to online audiences. Preserve This Podcast (PTP) was an Andrew W. Mellon-funded outreach and education project designed to raise awareness among indie podcasters of the need to proactively preserve their content and teach basic techniques for podcast preservation. This paper discusses the preservation challenges faced by indie broadcasters and strategies the PTP team used to address these through face-to-face workshops, online outreach, and web-based tools, using the present threat of “podfade” to raise larger issues surrounding the urgency and challenges of preserving born-digital audio content.
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spelling Erika Titkemeyer Sarah Nguyễn Mary Kidd web archiving LIS Scholarship Archive preservation digital preservation Archival Science indpendent podcasting Library and Information Science bepress podcast diy personal digital preservation Social and Behavioral Sciences Scholarly Communication born-digital audio rss http://dx.doi.org/10.31229/OSF.IO/FPNVQ http://osf.io/fpnvq/ Contemporary podcasting is used not only to extend the reach of existing radio stations and personalities but also by hundreds of independent content creators who can bypass the strictures of traditional distribution channels to deliver audio programs directly to online audiences. Preserve This Podcast (PTP) was an Andrew W. Mellon-funded outreach and education project designed to raise awareness among indie podcasters of the need to proactively preserve their content and teach basic techniques for podcast preservation. This paper discusses the preservation challenges faced by indie broadcasters and strategies the PTP team used to address these through face-to-face workshops, online outreach, and web-based tools, using the present threat of “podfade” to raise larger issues surrounding the urgency and challenges of preserving born-digital audio content. Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts
spellingShingle Erika Titkemeyer, Sarah Nguyễn, Mary Kidd, Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts, web archiving, LIS Scholarship Archive, preservation, digital preservation, Archival Science, indpendent podcasting, Library and Information Science, bepress, podcast, diy, personal digital preservation, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Scholarly Communication, born-digital audio, rss
title Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts
title_full Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts
title_fullStr Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts
title_full_unstemmed Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts
title_short Subscribe, Rate and Preserve Wherever You Get Your Podcasts
title_sort subscribe, rate and preserve wherever you get your podcasts
topic web archiving, LIS Scholarship Archive, preservation, digital preservation, Archival Science, indpendent podcasting, Library and Information Science, bepress, podcast, diy, personal digital preservation, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Scholarly Communication, born-digital audio, rss
url http://dx.doi.org/10.31229/OSF.IO/FPNVQ, http://osf.io/fpnvq/