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Re: City seeks tapes of Parkin interview about Police Department
On Fri, 6 Oct 2000 14:29:48 -0400 "Dan C." <email@example.com> writes:
> I don't know. If we are a division then where's my badge?
Check with David Mugar, I think he used to run around Boston with
The finished products are always saved
> sound bites are morgued. The only exception would be a major event
> or ongoing issue. Something along those lines. It was much easier
> when everything was cassette or you had a big reel devoted to
> daily sound.
After my run-in with a subpoena I made sure that hard copy of newscasts
were kept for only 30 days, and tapes of actual broadcasts (morning
newscasts etc) are archived for no more than a month then recycled. As
turning over material I am happy to do it, as long as it is what was
and the party looking for it gets a subpoena. I know Oldies 103 used
the tapes of all broadcasts for 2 years and back up newscasts onto disc
and save them for about a year. I don't know what they do now that they
are on Soldiers Field Rd.
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