Access is defined as any form of use of the SA/NTK collections.
The aim of preservation is to provide permanent access to the heritage of sound, associated paper-based documentation materials, photographs and other artefacts held in the SA/NTK.
Sound Archives Ngā Taonga Kōrero’s (SANTK) collecting responsibilities are defined from time to time SANTK and its funder. They are:
a) Radio broadcasts made in New Zealand by any broadcaster
b) Historical recordings made in New Zealand when their significance is paramount
c) Ephemera, documents and artefacts relating to radio broadcasts
Help us preserve radio history.
We are always looking to add to our archive.
Sound Archives in Christchurch holds many photographs, memorabilia, and documents relating to the history of radio in New Zealand. You can view some of our photographs in the gallery
Sound Archives has been involved in some interesting projects.