National Archives to spend $3 million on saving at-risk audio and video recordings

Doug Dingwall
By Doug Dingwall
Updated October 27 2020 - 7:40am, first published 1:00am
National Archives of Australia director-general David Fricker has announced the agency will spend $3 million to save more than 30,000 at-risk audio and video recordings. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

The National Archives will save more than 30,000 at-risk recordings with a $3 million spend aiming to digitise its ageing audio and video tapes.

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Doug Dingwall

Doug Dingwall

Public Service Editor

Doug Dingwall is The Canberra Times' Public Service Editor. He writes about government and federal politics, and edits The Public Sector Informant. He has an interest in integrity and industrial relations. Previously he worked at The Examiner in Launceston, where he won a Tasmanian Human Rights Award in 2016 for his reporting. Contact him on doug.dingwall@canberratimes.com.au

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