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Dear all,


This week in the IAMHIST Blog, John Ellis writes on the ADAPT<http://www.adapttvhistory.org.uk/> project, which researches how TV got made in the analogue era, and the history of television production technology:


http://iamhist.net/2019/03/hands-tv-history/

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Hands On TV History<http://iamhist.net/2019/03/hands-tv-history/>
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John Ellis, Royal Holloway University of London 8 March 2019 Huge amounts of TV material are now becoming available for historical researchers, thanks to digitization. Digitization makes old programming visible, but at the same time it obscures



Congratulations, too, to John and the members of the ADAPT team, as the project has been shortlisted for the Online Education Resource Award category in the Learning on Screen Awards!


Best wishes,


Llewella


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