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AP Archive is one of the most comprehensive news film collections in the world. Some early footage has only ever been available on 16mm film but is now being digitized. All footage was created by the AP.
An analysis of news and public affairs independent from traditional corporate media. These collections offer an alternative way to view and interpret current news and public affairs. Includes Democracy Now archive, TV news coverage following the 911 attacks, Mosaic’s Middle East News, UCSF's Tobacco Industry Videos and more.
Contains news programs collected since 2009 from U.S. news networks. The archive is updated with new broadcasts 24 hours after they air. Search closed captions or browse special collections to view clips or find programs to borrow on DVD.
In the pre-TV era, people saw the news every week in their neighborhood movie theaters. Universal Newsreel, produced from 1929 to 1967, was released twice a week. These newsreels offer a view of an era when motion pictures defined our culture and were a primary source of visual news reporting.
In addition to the resource below, you can find ads from the older magazines in the library. Think about what type of magazine would carry the ads you need and when it would have carried them.
Items relating to the early history of advertising in the United States from the David M. Rubenstein Library at Duke University. Provides a significant and informative perspective on the early evolution of this feature of modern American business and culture.