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What does LAB stand for?

LAB stands for Library of American Broadcasting

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WELCOME to the website of the LIBRARY OF AMERICAN BROADCASTING FOUNDATION. In partnership with the University of Maryland, we operate the Library of American Broadcasting, located on the University’s main College Park, Maryland campus. The Library was founded in 1967 and began life in 1972 at its first home in the headquarters building of the National Association of Broadcasters in Washington, DC.
The Library of American Broadcasting (LAB) – a Washington, D. C. institution since 1972 – began life as the Broadcast Pioneers Library in space donated by the National Association of Broadcasters. The collection was thought up by William S. Hedges, a retired NBC executive, who created the Broadcasting Pioneers History Project in 1964 and began collecting historical materials. The Library expanded rapidly for twenty years, but as space and funding became increasingly scarce, the Library's governing board decided to seek another setting for the collection.
The Library of American Broadcasting (LAB) is a national information resource serving radio and television industries and academic communities. The LAB is the nation's most extensive collection of broadcast history, policy and tradition, including historic documents, professional papers, oral and video histories, books, scripts and photographs. The Library of American Broadcasting partners with the University of Maryland Libraries to care for and provide access to the collection.
Library of American Broadcasting, College Park, MD. 308 likes · 19 talking about this. The Library of American Broadcasting was founded in 1972, and...
Library of American Broadcasting Presents 10th Annual Giants of Broadcasting Awards. George Beasley and Erica Farber Were the Radio People Among Broadcasters Honored. The President of the United States, the former Governor of Massachusetts, and a slew of luminous personalities from the world of politics attending the Al Smith Dinner last night at the Waldorf-Astoria were not the only “giants” to grace the premises of the East Side Manhattan landmark yesterday.
Salute those who have contributed greatly to our industry, as you support the important historical preservation work of the Library of American Broadcasting, as well as the training and diversity initiatives of the International Radio and Television Society Foundation. Checks made payable to: Library of American Broadcasting Foundation.