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Useful Websites


  • Archive of American Television — capturing television history through video archives & interviews
  • ATETV (Advanced Technological Education TV) — funded in part by the NSF (National Science Foundation), ATETV showcases ATE disciplines, including info tech, engineering, agricultural tech, process tech and rapid prototyping/manufacturing. New videos uploaded weekly
  • Bing Videos Search — results arranged in thumbnail previews
  • Classic TV Ads — now hosted by YouTube
  • Fora.TV — videos on the people, issues & ideas changing the planet
  • Hulu — access clips of shows and movies from major broadcast and cable networks
  • Khan Academy — instructional videos and learning tools in mathematics, engineering and technology, arts and humanities and more
  • Macaulay Library: Sound and Video Catalog — containing the world´s largest archive of animal sounds, photos and video
  • McDermott Library Electronic Media & Streaming — view and download exclusive video, audio and ebook content. Available to UTD users only
  • Metacafe
  • Moving Image Archive — by Internet Archive. Download or listen to free movies, films & videos on a variety of topics: animation & cartoons, ephemera, arts & music, academics & culture, foreign language video, news and more
  • Streaming Media — excellent directory of educational, news & entertainment streaming media sites. Brought to you by U. Wisc. Milwaukee
  • TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design): Ideas Worth Spreading — watch, listen, and discuss inspired talks by the world’s greatest thinkers and doers
  • TV Guide — online video guide as well as TV shows and listings
  • TWiT.TV — news, commentary, help, how-to and perspective on the latest trends in digital tech from seasoned experts and journalists
  • Twitch.TV — livestreaming video platform that allows gamers to broadcast, watch, and chat from everywhere they play
  • Veoh — the first Internet television peercasting network
  • Vimeo
  • YouTube