The Annenberg School for Communication Library Archives (ASCLA) is comprised of materials in three core areas: history of the field of communication research, broadcast television scripts, and journalism.

History of the field collections include the papers of George Gerbner, Elihu Katz, Kurt and Gladys Lang, the International Communication Association (ICA), the Communication Scholars Oral History Project, the historic journal Studies in Visual Communication (published at the Annenberg School), and a History of Communication Bibliography and Archive Directory.

The Television Script Archive includes over 35,000 prime-time scripts from TV Guide (1976-1994) and over 15,000 Agnes Nixon soap opera scripts (1955-1998).

KYW I-Team Reports 1978-1984, the Masson v. Malcolm papers and the Neil Hickey papers populate the journalism section of the archives.

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