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Re: [ARSCLIST] 16" transcription disks
Thanks very much for your information. Fortunately another ARSC member in
the LA area has offered his services for transferring the discs.
Thanks for taking the time to respond the my question!
On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 6:51 PM, Mark Shakarjian <mssl72@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Hi Emily,
> You might want to check with the Museum of Radio and Television located in
> Beverly Hills. If they can't do it, they
> might be able to steer you in the right direction. Also, if I remember
> correctly UC Santa Barbara could probably do it as well.
> You could make a weekend out of it and enjoy the town. Unfortunately my new
> turntable is not set up otherwise I'd
> do it for you. Some others on the list may also have some suggestions.
> Mark Shakarjian
> Glendale, CA
> On Jun 19, 2009, at 5:01 PM, Emily Vinson wrote:
> Is there any institution in the LA area that could play a 16" disk? I am
> interning at Pacifica Radio Archive. The collection is 99.9% tape, but they
> have a few 16" transcription disks around and they have no idea what is on
> any of them. They are likely from around 1949 or later.
> Any thoughts?
> Emily Vinson
> MSIS Candidate
> School of Information
> University of Texas