Executive divisions are responsible for (1) coordinating RPTF operations relevant to their area and advising the National Director on key priorities and needed resources, (2) developing and compiling public resources for release through the RPTF website, and (3) developing new initiatives to complement or support work performed by other RPTF units.
The Preservation Division addresses challenges with and fosters collaborative action on physical and digital preservation of radio collection, including a special focus on endangered collections. An Executive Committee establishes the division’s working agenda, builds networks to foster relevant technical, archival, and preservation expertise, and promotes the work of the division through the RPTF website. The division also maintains an Advisory Committee on Endangered Collections, which offers guidance on preservation of endangered collection materials.
Questions? Feel free to contact the Preservation Division.
|Brandon Burke||Hoover Institution, Stanford University|
|Paul Conway||University of Michigan|
|Maristella Feustle||University of North Texas|
|Stacy Kowalczyk||Dominican University|
|Yuri Shimoda||University of California, Los Angeles|
|John Vallier||University of Washington|
Advisory Committee on Endangered Collections
|Matt Barton||Library of Congress|
|David Seubert||University of California, Santa Barbara|
|John Tefteller||World’s Rarest Records|
|William Vanden Dries||Indiana University|