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NFPF Grants

posted January 10, 2011

The National Film Preservation Foundation has invited proposals for its Avant-Garde Masters film preservation grant program. Interested archives should register by March 25 2011. The final applications are due April 29 2011. The grants, made possible by The Film Foundation, support the preservation of a film or films by a single filmmaker or cinematic movement

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Digital Archives Professor with a Difference

posted January 9, 2011

San Jose State University’s School of Library & Information Science is seeking an assistant professor of library and information science with an unusual condition: The successful applicant will teach online and be able to work from wherever he or she likes. The successful candidate will teach, develop courses, and conduct research in any of several

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Jobs, Jobs, and More Jobs

posted January 9, 2011

Northeast Historic Film Seeks Media Specialist Northeast Historic Film, an independent nonprofit organization founded in 1986 in Bucksport ME to preserve and make available moving images of interest to the people of northern New England, is looking for a full-time media specialist for a 12-month grant-funded position working on two projects: Moving Images 1938-1940: Amateur

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Internship at Blood Audio & Video

posted January 8, 2011

George Blood Audio and George Blood Video, in Philadelphia, a leading provider of audio and video digitization for preservation, has invited applications from graduate students in archives, library, or similar areas of study for its 2011 Summer Internship, which will last for six or eight weeks. According to an announcement posted by the company, candidates

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Northeast Historic Film Offers Fellowships

posted January 8, 2011

Northeast Historic Film, an independent nonprofit organization founded in 1986 in Bucksport ME to preserve and make available moving images of interest to the people of northern New England, is offering its 2011 William O’Farrell Fellowship, which is awarded to an individual engaged in research towards a publication, production, or presentation based on moving-image history

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CPB Job Posting

posted December 20, 2010

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s American Archive Content Inventory Project (CIP) has advertised a job posting for archivists and librarians to help inventory archival public media assets nationwide. It is hiring “Saving What America Treasures” teams to visit archives, libraries, and public media broadcasting stations to inventory their collections. Information about applying is online. Deadline

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Media Art History 2011 – REWIRE

posted December 8, 2010

September 28-October 1 2011 Liverpool, England The fourth in a series of International Conferences on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology. Through keynote addresses, panels and poster sessions, the conference will address such issues as the British contribution to media art, the history of computing technologies in the UK and internationally, and the

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Lennox Foundation Internship – Iowa State U

posted December 8, 2010

Iowa State University is accepting applications for the 2011 Lennox Foundation Preservation and Conservation Internship. The 12-week internship, with a stipend and paid expenses, lets graduate students and recent graduates of preservation or conservation programs apply their skills and knowledge of care and treatment of library and archives materials in an academic library. Interns learn about the

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ARSC Conference Travel Grants

posted December 8, 2010

The Association for Recorded Sound Collections, an American nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings in all genres of music and speech, is accepting applications until December 10 2010 for ARSC Conference Travel Grants to be awarded in 2011. Recipients are awarded free registration for the ARSC Annual Conference and for

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Archive Coordinator Wanted

posted December 8, 2010

StoryCorps, an independent nonprofit that records, shares, and preserves life stories of Americans that are preserved at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, is hiring a full-time archive coordinator for its department of recording and archive in Brooklyn, NY. The appointee will work with StoryCorps’ community-outreach department to work with existing and

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