5. Broadcasting

There is very little literature available on sound archivism in broadcasting organisations. The most useful accessible source of information on the subject is the Phonographic Bulletin, from which all the references listed below are taken.

Eckersley, T. 'The selection of recordings for permanent retention in the BBC sound archives' in No.9; 1974

Heckmann, H. 'Das Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv' in No.7; 1973

Hempel, H. 'Spoken word documentation at the Sudwestfunk radio sound archives' in No.28; 1980

Kumrnen, T. 'The sound archive of Norsk rikskringkasting, Oslo, with a brief survey of other sound archives in Norway' in No.16; 1976

Lotichius, D. 'Radio broadcasting archives' in No.22; 1978

Muller, H. 'Radio sound archives in West Germany' in No.20; 1978

Ocloo, S.L. 'Ghana broadcasting corporation: legacies in sound' in No.26; 1980

Saul, P. 'Recording of broadcasts' in No.7; 1973

Spivacke, H. 'Broadcasting sound archives and scholarly research' in No.7; 1973

Stapley, L. 'BBC archive material for other than broadcasting purposes' in No.17, 1977

Stapley, L. 'Radio broadcasting archives' in No.22; 1978

Tainsh, K.B. 'The sound archives of Sveriges radio' in No.16; 1976

Trebble, T. 'Classification and cataloguing practice in the BBC sound archives' in No.22; 1978