Credits & License


Public Broadcasting Core Metadata dictionary project would not be possible without the generous support of volunteers from Association of Moving Image Archivists’ (AMIA) PBCore Advisory Sub-Committee and staff of the American Archive of Public Broadcasting.

Rebecca Fraimow (Chair)
Karen Cariani
Casey Davis
Sadie Roosa
Jack Brighton
Dave MacCarn
Kara van Malssen
Lauren Sorensen

Lauren Sorensen (Chair)
Ryan Edge
Ashley Blewer
Andrew Myers
Deanna Ulvestad
Katrina Dixon
Peggy Griesinger
Mark Simon Haydn
Jolene Beiser
Nestor Cordova
Jeff Eastman
Alexander Papson
Anne Wilkens
special thanks to Kathleen Mahoney

Kara van Malssen (Chair)
Dave MacCarn
Mary Miller
Glenn Clatworthy
John Passmore
Allison Smith
Leah Weisse
Sadie Roosa
Jean-Pierre Evain
Devon Landes
Tom Davenport
Adam Wead
Margaret Bresnahan
Andrea Leigh
Glynn Edwards
Leigh Grinstead
Jimi Jones
Steve Knoblock

Rebecca Fraimow (Chair)
Casey E. Davis
Kara van Malssen
Morgan Morel
Jack Brighton
Dave MacCarn
Stephanie Sapienza
Dave Rice

Sadie Roosa (Chair)
Valerie Miller
Glenn Clatworthy
John Passmore
Devon Landes

Jack Brighton (Chair)
Casey E. Davis
Karma Foley
Bailey Smith
Jenny Swadosh

Sadie Roosa (Chair)
Anne Wootton
Caitlin Birch
Jessica Bitely
Kevin Carter
Nick Connizzo
Jeremy Meserve
Bill Nehring
Nancy Watrous

American Archive of Public Broadcasting staff
Karen Cariani
Casey E. Davis
Rebecca Fraimow
Sadie Roosa
Andrew Myers


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This work employs PBCore. PBCore, the Public Broadcasting Metadata Dictionary Project, was created by the public broadcasting community in the United States of America for use by public broadcasters and others. PBCore is built on the foundation of the Dublin Core (ISO 15836), an international standard for resource discovery. PBCore was developed with funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is maintained by WGBH. Copyright 2015, WGBH Educational Foundation, on behalf of the American Archive of Public Broadcasting.