RPTF/ARSC Sound Collections Database

New Hampshire Public Radio

Description:
Recordings of NHPR programs produced for broadcast and podcast distribution. Including The Exchange, Word of Mouth, Outside/In, Civics 101, Something Wild, New Hampshire News, election coverage, 10 Minute Writers Workshop, The Bookshelf, The Front Porch, Perspectives, and The Folk Show. Date range mainly mid 80s-present.
Creators:
New Hampshire Public Radio
Dates:
1981/present
Repository/Collector:
New Hampshire Public Radio
Repository/Collector Type:
Broadcasting station
City:
Concord
State:
New Hampshire
Country:
United States
Extent:
At leat 14,500 broadcasts
Content types:
Spoken word, Still image, and Text
Formats:
Analog audiocassette, Digital Audio Tape (DAT), External drive, Optical disc (Including CD, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD), Digital audio file, MiniDisc, and Open reel tape
Carrier types:
Audiocassette, Computer disc, and Audiotape reel
Indexing terms:
10 Minute Writer's Workshop, Civics 101, The Exchange, The Folk Show, The Front Porch, New Hampshire Daily, News Reports, Outside/In, Only in New Hampshire, Perspectives, Something Wild, Word of Mouth, and Writers on a New England Stage
Languages:
English
Access statement:
This collection is open for research. Audiovisual materials require the creation of listening and/or viewing copies. Advance notice of your visit is highly recommended to ensure that requested materials will be ready for use upon your arrival. Contact the NHPR staff for more details.
Usage statement:
Permission is required from NHPR to duplicate or publish any material from interviews; individual permission/release forms on file and may vary for each participant. Contact NHPR staff for further details.
Inventory description:
Spreadsheet
Historical relevance:
New Hampshire Public Radio has provided a mix of high quality coverage of NH politics and culture by NH-based reporters and producers, as well as nationally syndicated programs since August 1981. In 2017, the station’s news and information programs reached over 193,000 listeners throughout the state per week.
Condition note:
Playable with proper equipment
Notes:
Short descriptions of most broadcasts available, but no formal finding aid.