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LOGGER: Catherine Jacobs
STAGE: AFS - Centennial
DATE: July 2, 1988
PRESENTOR: Charlie Camp
GROUP NAME: Folklore & Media: Access, Control & Use

[[2 column table]]
| Louis Bashell | accordian player, Milwaukee, Wisc. |
| Barry Ancelet | Folklorist, Lafayette, Lousiana |
| Alan Lomax | Folklorist, NY, NY |


1. Louis Bashell opens with a [[crossed out]] melody [[crossed out]] medley
2. Alan Lomax: issue of air time made available for programs about traditional cultures. Also discrimination in apportioning of media time devoted to documentation & presentation
3. Lomax reviews his early experience as a folklorist and efforts to get media time for broadcasts of traditional music. ways the media has managed to exclude traditional music
4. How Barry Ancelet went to the Library of Congress, obtained copies of recording made by the Lomax's & returned with it to Louisiana
5. Issue of records of traditional music
6. How the media resists passion (Ancelet)
7. Breaking into the national media: Louis Bashell's experience, Alan Lomax's experience
8. Alan Lomax - folklorists must be taught how to put together productions will provide exposure for traditional artists. Government should provide larger funding for support of traditional arts & culture
9. Alan Lomax on the "real McCoy"
10. Louis Bashell plays a closing medley
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