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The 2003 National Recording Registry

View the 2003 National Recording Registry list.

Nominate New Recordings

The National Recording Preservation Board is accepting nominations of sound recordings to be included in the National Recording Registry. Please see criteria and nomination procedures and complete a nomination form. The deadline for 2004 Registry nominations is July 15, 2004.

Activities of the National Recording Preservation Board

Recent activities of the NRPB.

National Recording Preservation Act of 2000

Find out more about the National Recording Preservation Act of 2000, "A bill to establish the National Recording Registry in the Library of Congress to maintain and preserve sound recordings and collections of sound recordings that are culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant, and for other purposes" (Public Law 106-474; H.R.4846). Complete Law text and summary information are available.

First 50 Recordings Added to the National Recording Registry

View the 2002 National Recording Registry list.

 

National Recording Preservation Board
c/o Motion Picture, Broadcasting & Recorded Sound Division
Library of Congress
101 Independence Avenue SE
Washington DC 20540-4698
Email: recregistry@loc.gov

 

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