Vermont Public Television soon will be able to more systematically safeguard and preserve its rich inventory of local productions concerning Vermont’s heritage, culture and historical events.
VPT was selected to participate in The American Archive Inventory Project, a public broadcasting initiative designed to help public TV stations across the country preserve their rich media assets.
Thanks to a $12,000 grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, VPT will be able to conduct a complete inventory of the station's television content. This inventory is the first step in a process to ensure that visual materials are safe and accessible, and will help the station set priorities for restoration, preservation, and digitization of it’s media's assets.
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