Library Books History Deal

Moss, Linda
April 2008
Multichannel News;4/14/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 15, p32
The article reports on the move by the History Channel to offer historical content from the Library of Congress's collections on its linear television networks and Web site. Under the agreement, Americans will have to access to the library's collections through a variety of History brands. James Billington, Library of Congress, and Abbe Raven, chief executive officer (CEO) at A&E Television Networks have announced that the move will bring historical content over 200,000 teachers in the U.S.


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