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BFA was awarded a Peabody Award, administered by the Grady College of Journalism at UGA, for Promotion of International Understanding Through Radio in 1972. The citation reads: “From 40 countries, a unique variety of informational, public affairs and cultural audio-tape programs are released daily to commercial and educational stations. These cover such events as the great European music festivals and developments in the fields of science, education, and the lively arts. The timely World Press Digest reports opinion from such capitals as London, Paris, Rome, or Tokyo, giving current news from around the world.”

Program titles in this collection include:
Arab Press Review
Arts in Belgium, The (From the Belgian Radio International Service)
BBC World Report
Belgian Press Review
Belgian Radio International Service Presents
Bergen International Festival 1973
British Press Review
Call From London
Features of the Week
First Fifty Years with Marty Robinson
French Press Review
Indian Press Review
International Almanac
International Literary Report
International Science Report
Iran Today and Yesterday
Israel Press Review
Italian Press Review
Japanese Press Review
Midnight Special, The
Music From Rochester
New Dimensions of Education
New York Botanical Garden, The
Overseas Assignment (BBC)
Panorama of the Lively Arts
Radio Norway Presents: Norway This Week
Republic of China--Exchange Program, The
Salzburg Festival, 1973
Salzburg Festival, 1975
Singing Lady, The
South African Farmer's Newsletter
South African Magazine
Starcaster Series, The
Studs Terkel Show, The
Swedish Press Review
This Is Your World! A BBC Public Affairs Program
This Week in Latin America
Vienna Festival of 1973
World Press Digest
Yugoslav Press Review
Each program runs approximately 5 minutes to 60 minutes in length and is either complete on one tape or complete on two tapes.

Includes recordings of Hugh Hodgson, Nelson Eddy albums, and various others.

The collection consists of videotapes and silent film from the 1970 music television show Now Explosion. Sixteen-millimeter film productions in the collection which were made by Whitney and his staff to go with songs aired include the following titles: American Woman, Leavin' on a Jet Plane, and Tears of a Clown, plus many others.

The collection consists of radio transcription discs of recordings by Eddie Cannon and His Radio Playboys (featuring Ruby Lee Yopp Havis), originally aired on WBML Radio in Macon, Georgia.

Includes recordings and components of Southbound, Hamper, Uncle Dave, TMX, Raw Mash, Sometimes its Gonna Hurt, and Merry Go Round.

Two VHS with Charlotte - Summer Sounds, 1998.

Recordings of church services and choral and gospel music. Many recordings occurred at historically black colleges and universities (HCBUs) and African American churches. 

Recordings featuring numerous Hip-hop and Rap musicians throughout the South compiled by Brian Lassiter, an Atlanta music producer and promoter. 

Sound and video recordings of Pylon songs and musical performances.

One moving image recording and two audio recordings.

Video recordings of Athens, Georgia area musical performances, primarily at AthFest events and the 40 Watt Club.

Music recorded at Bill Lowery's Southern Tracks studio.

Film and audio recorded in the early 1980s for the 1986 documentary Athens, GA: Inside/Out.

Recordings of Chocolate Soul MusicFest and promotional material.

Includes UGA Jazz Band concerts, Steve Dancz Quartet, and other Dancz performances.

This collection contains a variety of materials such as: educational films, commercials, and television episodes on 16mm, audio reels containing broadcasts from '70s New York FM stations, and tapes from the estate of esteemed Detroit disc jockey (and high school AV teacher) "Uncle" Russ Gibb. The majority of this media was collected from thrift stores and online auction sales.

Musical recordings by Dirk Howell.

Recordings of performances by the Athens Symphony Orchestra.
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