Hagel Archives, Audio Files, 1995-2008
The Hagel Audio Files consist of 145 audio files from Hagel's U.S. Senate campaign in 1995-1996 and his two terms in office, 1997-2008. Recordings are a mix of Hagel's weekly conference calls with Nebraska media, speeches, press conferences, radio interviews, radio campaign ads, and misc. Hagel's weekly conference calls with the media--print, TV, and radio--take up the majority of the recordings. The calls were candid, on a variety of topics, and about 15-30 minutes each. Hagel opened each call with a statement and then answered questions. The call was a continuation of the tradition of his predecessor.
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145 Items (Digital Files)
Language of Materials
A majority of the digital audio files, 111 files, are available online and linked to their object records here. The remaining 34 audio files may be listened to in person only at Archives & Special Collections. They are stored on the external hard drive labeled "Hagel Videos and Audio."
These audio files came from audio cassettes created by Hagel's U.S. Senate staff and later digitized as part of the U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel Archives. During digitization, technicians combined audio on both sides of a cassette into one digital file.
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