The Library of Congress and WGBH in Boston collaborate to preserve for posterity the most significant public television and radio programs of the past 60 years, including over 7,000 historic public radio and television programs.
A multimedia search tool provided by the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Uses innovative, state-of-the-art audio indexing and speech recognition technology from IBM Watson to quickly find video and audio files.
A family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity and creativity through projects which support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities. Their event archive offers free audio and video content.
Digital movies uploaded by Internet Archive users which range from classic full-length films, to daily alternative news broadcasts, to cartoons and concerts. Many of these videos are available for free download.
The best talks and performances from TED and partners. All of the talks feature closed captions in English, and many feature subtitles in various languages. Videos are released under a Creative Commons license, so they can be freely shared and reposted.
Designed for journalists, scholars, teachers, librarians, civic organizations and other engaged citizens, it repurposes closed captioning to enable users to search, quote and borrow U.S. TV news programs.
Online access to unique and historically important content produced by the public television and radio station WGBH. Open Vault contains video, audio, images, searchable transcripts, and resource management tools.
Probably the best known of all steaming video sites, YouTube is a subsidiary of Google. Most of the content has been uploaded by individuals, but some media corporations including CBS, the BBC, and other organizations offer some of their material via the site.