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Founded in 1997, the Television Academy Foundation’s Archive of American Television has conducted over 750 oral history interviews (over 3000 hours) with the legends of television. These interviews chronicle the birth and growth of American TV History as it evolves, and make the interviews available worldwide. The Archive continues to produce new interviews every year. The collection covers a variety of professions, genres, and topics in electronic media history.
Programs comprising the Library's television archive are an eclectic group; they offer a broad but uneven view of television broadcasting history. Major collections include: the NBC Collection, NET (National Education Television) Programs, PBS Collection, and Television News.
Serving the UCLA community and an international constituency of academic faculty, scholars, students, writers, and professionals, the collection includes over 300,000 films and television programs, over 100,000 News and Public Affairs (NAPA) programs, and over 2,000 radio programs.
One of the major research centers for entertainment. Besides film and theater their collection includes thousands of radio and television programs plus the papers of significant figures in these industries.