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Re: [ARSCLIST] ARSC Awards -- Award criteria (was: Awards 2009 - Call for Nominations)
Hi, thanks for this interesting information. So...is it the case that
"read-only" media (paper, CD-ROM, digital liner notes on audio CDs) are
acceptable but other media are not? Could someone from the committee weigh
in on what formats are and are not actively considered at present?
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
[mailto:ARSCLIST@xxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Malcolm Rockwell
Sent: Sunday, November 23, 2008 11:35 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] ARSC Awards -- Award criteria (was: Awards 2009 -
Call for Nominations)
Last year Mahina Piha Press published my "Hawaiian & Hawaiian Guitar
Records 1891 - 1960" and it was awarded the best discography of 2008 in
the category of Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research, by the
It was published as a CD-ROM, and there are no current plans to publish
So what really needs to be changed is the wording of the award parameters.
Granted, including web-based discographic work may be loaded with
problems, but all relevant publication besides hard print should be
addressed by the ARCS discographic committee.
Joel Bresler wrote:
> Dear friends:
> Thanks very much to the committee for its hard work recognizing important
> research. I do want to comment on one element of the announcement:
> "Eligible publications include any original ***printed*** work..."