Panic and confusion. That’s clearly heard on 911 calls from the Rosedale train explosion. More than 30 calls were released Friday.
Researchers have identified the voice of Alexander Graham Bell for the first time in some of the earliest audio recordings held at the Smithsonian Institution.
The Library of Congress is embarking on an extensive plan that will serve as a blueprint for preserving the nation’s history in recorded sound.
Flipping the switch. Maryland Transportation Administration (MTA) officials are turning on the audio of surveillance cameras on buses. It’s a controversial move that’s causing a stir among lawmakers, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and MTA riders.
From rare audio interviews of former slaves to recordings by Donna Summer and the Grateful Dead, 25 sounds that shaped the American cultural landscape are being inducted into the National Recording Registry.
Read more about the process of restoring old recordings of Alexander Graham Bell.