Broadcasting Oral Histories Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection of oral histories was created by MARMIA to record and preserve the unique stories of the Mid-Atlantic region's broadcasting history.
Conditions Governing Access
Access to digital materials is available for free online.
Conditions Governing Use
MARMIA allows and encourages free non-commercial use of material in which we own the rights. We license for commercial use to support our ongoing work. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding what specific conditions constitute non-commercial use or if you wish to use the footage commercially.
13 Files : Digital audio and video oral histories
22 Files : Scanned photographs; digital photographs
Language of Materials
This collection is comprised of 2 series and are arranged alphabetically.
The Black Broadcasters on the Eastern Shore of Maryland oral histories were created in partnership with the Chesapeake Heartland with funding from a Community Curation Grant to help preserve the experiences of Black Americans who have worked in broadcasting on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Chesapeake Heartland is a collaboration between the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington College, and a diverse array of local organizations, including Sumner Hall, Kent Cultural Alliance, and Kent County Public Library. Its mission is to preserve, digitize, interpret, and make accessible materials related to African American history and culture in Kent County, MD and beyond.
The WJZ-TV broadcaster oral histories were created to supplement the WJZ-TV Collection and address gaps in the collection.
Existence and Location of Copies
Digitized videos from this collection are available publicly at https://marmia.aviaryplatform.com/collections/956
- Broadcasting Oral Histories Collection
- In Progress
- Joana Stillwell
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