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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
  • C-SPAN Video Library — an online archive containing more than 230,000 hours of searchable public affairs videos. Videos include congressional hearings, White House daily briefings, commencement speeches, and interviews. Each video contains full transcripts with clearly demarcated dates, locations, and timestamps.
  • 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