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The INPUT Archives - A Unique Resource

March 6, 2018 - Posted in SCETV Presents by Betsy Newman
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INPUT keeps all screened programmes archived in the INPUT Archive. The Archive serves as an educational resource and gives a detailed insight into the history of international public television broadcasting.

The INPUT database is an online version of the annual conferences catalogues. It contains information about the more than 3300 programmes presented since 1978.
Furthermore, The INPUT Archive, that is part of the Pompeu Fabra University Library, preserves copies of all programmes since 1994, and many of the former ones.
You can consult which programmes it preserves by using the new online catalogue.

The INPUT Archive has all sessions with session descriptions, and programmes with a lot of extra information.

RESEARCH PAPERS

As the Archive serves as en educational resource, not only for broadcasters - several research papers have been written on INPUT material.
Read about them here.

http://guiesbibtic.upf.edu/input/
http://www.upf.edu/bibtic/en/ccaa/input/inputca7.html

CONTACT

Jordi Ballo
INPUT Archive
Pompeu Fabra University

Biblioteca / CRAI Poblenou
Roc Boronat, 138
08018 Barcelona, Spain

Mail: crai.poblenou@upf.edu
Homepage: http://www.upf.edu/bibtic/en/ccaa/input/index.html

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