Film and Video Librarians

Libraries are no longer limited to traditional collections of books and periodicals; they now include all forms of media, including music, film, and video. Those in charge of a special department or collection of film and videos are called film and video librarians. Their duties are similar to that of reference librarians, except their expertise is in film and video in all formats. Film and video librarians work in all types of libraries: public, governmental, corporate or special, and schools.

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