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OIF Audiovisual Materials (Digital Surrogates)
1979, 2009
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Audiovisual digital surrogates from the Office of Intellectual Freedom video recordings, contain digitized copies of video recordings relating to the career of Judith Krug at the American Library Association (ALA) Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) and Intellectual Freedom Committee. Includes a memorial ceremony celebrated to honor Krug's contributions to intellectual freedom in US libraries and librarianship (April 22nd 2009); and the broadcast of the episode "Your right to say it" of the TV show "60 Minutes" (1979), concerning disputes aroused by the film "The speaker" produced by ALA, that addresses controversial positions involving freedom of speech and censorship.

The memorial ceremony is available online. An access copy of the TV show broadcast is available upon request.

Administrative access to preservation, nearline, and access files are available to archives staff at

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Files are available in mp4 format. The TV show broadcast has a size of 206 megabytes, and a length of 17:47 minutes. Online material has a size of 1.50 gigabytes, and a length of 1:10:54
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