LJ is at 1 Centre street?
We are at 160 Varick Street. WNYC moved from the Municipal Building in 2008.
Library and literary miscellany from your pals at Library Journal.
Here’s a look at WNYC’s archive—the largest of any public (and maybe any) radio archive in the country. Many thanks to Andy Lanset, WNYC’s Director of Archives, who gave us the tour! Check out the archive’s blog!
LJ FIELD TRIP! (To the 7th floor.)
Despite the growth of e-readers and digital technology, New Yorkers are spending more time in libraries than ever, says a new report out today from the Center for an Urban Future about the changing role of our city’s public libraries in the digital age. This week on WNYC’s New Tech City, host Manoush Zomorodi delves into the topic and finds the contemporary library is about more than just digitizing documents and lending e-books to patrons on their Kindles and iPads.
How to stop Radiolab and Soundcheck from being made: the intense storm blowing through lower Manhattan brings all the producers to the windows.
GPOLJ (sort of). LJ is in the same building as WYNC, and we’ve all been crowded around the (same kind of) windows on and off for an hour.