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The website welcomes viewers by saying, "We offer easy access to the BBC's legendary footage collection, as well as some of the most-respected footage archives in the world. From the freshest HD content to feature-quality productions to historic film rarities, it's all here. Dive in."
This is the English language website for China Central Television, the broadcasting network of the government of The Peoples' Republic of China. This is the face the Chinese government wants to portray to the world about itself and about international news of the day. Video clips are available by clicking the appropriate buttons on screen.
This searchable website provides audio and video segments on topics searched--and topics can range from news to politics to sports to finance and many other categories. The relevancy of returns seems to be based on whether and where the search term appears in the description of the audio and/or video, so the returns may not seem to appear in any logical order. However, it is still a useful tool for locating video clips for research and presentations.
Joost says it "is a new way of watching TV on the internet. With Joost, you get all the things you love about TV, including a high-quality full-screen picture, hundreds of full-length shows and easy channel-flipping." While not a scholarly site, it is an example of media convergence that blends traditional television with an internet delivery system.
KartOO says it "is a metasearch engine with visual display interfaces. When you click on OK, KartOO launches the query to a set of search engines, gathers the results, compiles them and represents them in a series of interactive maps through a proprietary algorithm." While the results may not be scholarly, they can serve as leads to additional research from scholarly sources.
Shared digital video of many different topics is available, including some video related to communication topics. Of particular interest to information science researchers is the University of Maryland site on human-computer interaction.
The Vanderbilt Television News Archive is the world's most extensive and complete archive of television news and has been recording, preserving and providing access to television news broadcasts of the national networks since August 5, 1968.
The open source video site that has taken the world by storm! Video on almost anything imaginable can be found in this user created website, but because it is user created, beware of its credibility, especially as a source for supporting an argument in an academic environment. While some sources supply credible information, cross check it for accuracy to be sure.