Sportscasters, writers and media professionals compile an awful lot of stuff. From rosters, team info, job search materials, education manuals, books, photos, etc. etc. etc. I find most of this old material is rendered useless over time, however on occasion we need to get at it. Sometimes years later.
A Renegade Championship Summer, I needed to access some materials I had put together a decade ago. I stared helplessly at the floppy disk, frustrated that it would not fit into my computer's CD drive. No matter how hard I tried, I just couldn't jam that small, hard disk into the thin slot. (Only exaggerating slightly) I needed the files but couldn't get to them.
After a brief search, I found Muller Media Conversions. Within a week, they had retrieved my sports files and emailed them to me in a familiar, savable format. I could continue with my baseball project and save the file for further use. Tragedy had been averted.
Sports journalists need old files from time to time, and luckily I was able to get to mine eventually with Muller Media's help. They were very professional and helpful. Perhaps this tip can help you too. Good luck!
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