Edwin Outwater III named Chairman, RAPP
At the Board of Trustees Meeting on March 13, 2008 Holland Society President John B. VanDerbeek IV suggested the formation of a new committee entitled Records Access, Preservation and Protection Project (RAPP) designed to preserve, protect and present "New York's First Records".
Edwin Outwater III was appointed chair of the ad-hoc committee bringing extensive experience in the recording archives industry to this task. Edwin is the President of the Pacific Northwest Branch of the Holland Society of New York. He spent thirty years in the entertainment industry with MGM, Polygram, Warner Bros., and Digital Theatre Systems in the studio, manufacturing and new technology area. After retiring in 1999, he began a series of conferences on Entertainment Asset Management, then, in 2003 founded a company specializing in media archive access and preservation.
This project will look at a number of issues relating to records preservation including in part:
For more information contact Edwin Outwater at [email protected].
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