Accession Number: 2006.13.17a
Scope & Content: Anne Harlan talks about working in the Talking Book Studio at the American Printing House for the Blind, where she began working as a monitor in 1978. She describes the teamwork that goes on between monitors, narrators, and proofreaders. She also talks about equipment used before and after digital recording was introduced at APH and about some of the narrators and APH employees she has worked with in the Studio.
Narrator: Harlan, Anne
Interviewer: Randles, Raymond
Interview Date: 09/16/2005
Interview Length: 79 minutes
Interview Place: Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind
Extent: 79 minutes
Collection: APH Oral History Collection
Credit Line: APH Oral History Collection, 2006.13
Media Type: Compact Disc
Subjects: American Printing House for the Blind Employees Interviews Sound recording and reproducing Talking books
Interview Restrictions: All copyrights belong to the American Printing House for the Blind. Contact the Museum concerning any restrictions.