Index to evening news and some special reports from major U.S. national broadcast networks from 1968 to present for ABC, CBS and NBC, 1995 to present for CNN, and 2004 to present for Fox News. NBC and CNN allow video streaming online. Advertising that ran adjacent to reports is often available (e.g., search “commercial” and a brand name). Syracuse University Libraries is a sponsoring institution of the Television News Archive.
Online portal that allows users to search through and view over 53,000 streaming video interviews of survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust and other genocides. Includes cataloged and extensively indexed testimonies from the Holocaust of World War II; the Armenian Genocide that coincided with World War I; the 1937 Nanjing Massacre in China; the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda; and the Guatemalan Genocide of 1978-1996. Interviews were conducted in more than 60 countries and in over 40 languages; transcripts (without translations) are being added over time. Registration (free) required for first-time users. Additional information
Academic streaming video collection containing educational titles as well as U.S. and international feature films. Some titles include transcripts and closed captioning. The platform video player is WCAG-compliant.
Full page scans from The New York Times newspaper with searchable article text back to the first issue in 1851. Currency of this historical access is updated periodically and extends to within 3 to 4 years of the current date.
Full-page and article images from the Los Angeles times under all its title variants. Currency of this historical access is updated periodically and covers 1881 up to within about 24 years of the current date.
Access to over 100 years of political reporting and other news within the first newspaper in Washington DC to publish seven days per week. Fully imaged page scans from 1877. Currency of this historical access is updated periodically and extends to within about 17 years of the current date.