Library of Congress Launches, with Sony Music Content, the National Jukebox, an Online Destination for Historical Sound Recordings, News from the Library of Congress, (May 10, 2011).
Largest Collection of Historical Recordings Ever Made Publically Available Online
The Library of Congress and Sony Music Entertainment today unveiled a new website of over 10,000 rare historic sound recordings available to the public for the first time digitally. The site is called the “National Jukebox” (www.loc.gov/jukebox/).
Developed by the Library of Congress, with assets provided by Sony Music Entertainment, the National Jukebox offers free online access to a vast selection of music and spoken-word recordings produced in the U.S. between the years 1901 and 1925.
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