Housed at the University of Maryland, this collection includes a wide-rangeof audio and video recordings, books, pamphlets, periodicals, personal collections, oral histories, photographs, scripts and vertical files devoted the history of broadcasting.
Housed at the University of Maryland, this collection contains textual record of NPR, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS, and others. Also maintains a selected audio and video archive for NPR and CPB.
A free archive of streaming, U.S. News content. Searchable by closed captions from the major cable and broadcast television networks from 2009-present. Streaming videos are not available for download, but users are able to borrow DVDs of each show.
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting offers access to streaming audio and video collections of public television and radio stations from across the country. Dates of coverage run from the 1940s to present, and the archive is searchable by date, keyword, topic, geographic location, and more. A partnership between the Library of Congress and WGBH in Boston, the goal of the archive is to preserve and provide access to the most significant public television and radio programs of the 20th and 21st century.
The Vanderbilt Television News Archive is a searchable collection of the individual network evening news broadcasts from ABC, NBC, and CBS from 1968-present, CNN from 1995-present, and Fox from 2004-present. Broadcasts from CNN and NBC can be streamed; broadcasts from all sources, including ABC, CBS, and Fox, can be loaned and downloaded in MP4 format after creating an account and paying a nominal duplication fee ($12 per clip + a $10 processing fee).
Access to thousands of streaming television advertisements broadcast nationally and internationally, as well as some digital and print content. Coverage dates focus on the most recent decade but include some historical content from the 20th century. Searchable by keyword, ad agency, brand, industry, country, and people credits.
An archive of more than 800 oral history interviews (over 4,000 hours) with the legends of television, from Alex Trebek to John Hamm. The streaming video interviews chronicle the birth and growth of American TV history. The collection covers a variety of professions (writers, actors, directors, producers), genres, and topics.
The Living Room Candidate is a site maintained by the Museum of the Moving Image, and contains streaming videos of television advertisements and campaign commercials of every presidential election from 1952-present.
World Newsreels Online: 1929-1966, a streaming video product which captures full runs of many of the key international newsreels produced during the early twentieth century. These films, produced from 1929 right through to the early post-war period, provide a unique, and until now largely neglected, resource that will give scholars a real insight into how people learned about, and lived through the events that occurred during this period of history.
Housed at the University of Maryland, this collection includes a wide-range of audio and video recordings, books, pamphlets, periodicals, personal collections, oral histories, photographs, scripts and vertical files devoted to the history of broadcasting.
The National Public Broadcasting Archives, housed at the University of Maryland, documents the history of public and educational broadcasting in the United States. It includes the archives of WNET and WAMU and the papers of many early National Public Radio hosts and broadcasters.