Email list hosting service & mailing list manager

-Broadcasting and Cable_ (2 messages) Marcia Tuttle 15 Jul 1996 13:22 UTC

Date:         Mon, 15 Jul 1996 08:22:20 -0400
From: Barbara Eastland <eastland@MAX.MUHLBERG.EDU>
Subject:      Re: BROADCASTING & CABLE (Kathleen Hanrahan)

        We decided to have our Broadcasting & Cable holdings on microfilm
right from the start.  In addition to the size changes, theft and
mutilation of weekly issues was also a consideration.

Barb Eastland, serials
Muhlenberg College
Allentown  PA

Date:         Mon, 15 Jul 1996 08:56:03 -0400
From: Jacqueline Winters <jwinters@ST6000.SCT.EDU>
Subject:      Re: BROADCASTING & CABLE (Kathleen Hanrahan)
> This journal publishes issues 3 & 4 in a very large format, with the rest
> of each volume in normal size.  I was wondering how anyone else out there
> who get B&C deals with the format differences in binding back issues.  Do
> you bind in the large format with the small?  Do you leave issues 3 & 4
> out so that your holdings are lacking those issues in every volume?  Do
> you throw it all out and get the microfilm?  We're trying to decide and
> any input from my colleagues would be much appreciated!
> Kathleen Hanrahan
> John Carroll University

        Our library uses the National Library Bindery Company, and when
they bind a volume with the oversized issue they add some "filler paper"
around the smaller issues so the volume retains its shape, though we end
up with this volume being much larger than all the others.

Jacqueline Winters
Library Serials Assistant
Southern Polytechnic State University Library
Marietta, GA  30060-2896
(770) 528-7472