IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO NOMINATE
YOUR FAVORITE RECORDINGS FOR THE
2021 NATIONAL RECORDING REGISTRY
The Library of Congress invites you to submit your recommendations for the 2021 National Recording Registry.
Every year, the Librarian of Congress, with advice from the National Recording Preservation Board, annually selects 25 titles/works that are deemed “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant, and are at least 10 years old and extant.
Public nominations play a key role when the Librarian and the National Recording Preservation Board are considering their final selections.
We strongly encourage the recommendation of music (all genres), comedy recordings, radio shows, news broadcasts, podcasts, and interviews and other works.
Here is the current list of the all the recordings already selected.
You may nominate up to 50 films through the online nomination form.