This is Digital Television (DTV) Awareness Week in America’s public libraries! This week, the FCC will be conducting informational sessions at local public libraries across the country about the Nation’s transition from analog to digital broadcast television, also referred to as the DTV transition. To celebrate this week-long event, the ALA Washington Office will be releasing a series of tools for librarians to better educate themselves and their patrons, one a day on the District Dispatch blog.
Today’s release is District Dispatch Podcast #23.
District Dispatch Podcast #23
- Loriene Roy, President, American Library Association
- Andy Bridges, Communications Director, ALA Washington Office
In this special DTV Awareness Week podcast, Loriene Roy tells us a little bit abotu why libraries are involved with the DTV Transition.
7 minutes, 22 seconds
In order to listen, all you need to do is make sure you have speakers or headphones plugged in and click the “play” button you see below.
About the Music:
The music in the District Dispatch Podcast is “Night Walk (Passeio Noturno),” mixed by Prof. m.Stereo and available on ccMixter. The music is used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license.
For more information, please visit the ALA Washington Office website.
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