114 STAT. 2088 PUBLIC LAW 106-474—NOV. 9, 2000 (1) coordinate activities to assure that efforts of archivists and copyright owners, and others in the public and private sector, are effective and complementary; (2) generate public awareness of and support for these activities; (3) increase accessibility of sound recordings for educational purposes; (4) undertake studies and investigations of sound recording preservation activities as needed, including the efficacy of new technologies, and recommend solutions to improve these practices; and (5) utilize the audiovisual conservation center of the Library of Congress at Culpeper, Virginia, to ensure that preserved sound recordings included in the National Recording Registry are stored in a proper manner and disseminated to researchers, scholars, and the public as may be appropriate in accordance with title 17, United States Code, and the terms of any agreements between the Librarian and persons who hold copyrights to such recordings. 2 USC 1712. SEC. 112. PROMOTING ACCESSIBILITY AND PUBLIC AWARENESS OF SOUND RECORDINGS. The Librarian shall carry out activities to make sound recordings included in the National Recording Registry more broadly accessible for research and educational purposes and to generate public awareness and support of the Registry and the comprehensive national sound recording preservation program established under this subtitle. Subtitle C—National Recording Preservation Board 2 USC 1721. SEC. 121. ESTABLISHMENT. The Librarian shall establish in the Library of Congress a National Recording Preservation Board whose members shall be selected in accordance with the procedures described in section 122. 2 USC 1722. SEC. 122. APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS. (a) SELECTIONS FROM LISTS SUBMITTED BY ORGANIZATIONS. — (1) IN GENERAL.—The Librarian shall request each organization described in paragraph (2) to submit a list of three candidates qualified to serve as a member of the Board. The Librarian shall appoint one member from each such list, and shall designate from that list an alternate who may attend at Board expense those meetings which the individual appointed to the Board cannot attend. (2) ORGANIZATIONS DESCRIBED. —The Organizations described in this paragraph are as follows: (A) National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS). (B) Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). (C) Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC). (D) American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). (E) Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI).
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