Whether you missed the latest presidential speech or want to research a Congressional hearing from 20 years ago, the new C-SPAN Video Library can connect you to the national political debate — on your computer, in an instant. A free information source for reporters, students, educators — anyone who’s interested in politics and public policy — the C-SPAN Video Library brings you Washington, your way. To complete this how-to, you will need: Internet access Step 1: Understand the C-SPAN library Get the background on the library. C-SPAN, a nonprofit public service created by the cable television industry, programs three public affairs TV networks. Soon after airing, every televised event is available for viewing in the Video Library. The archives date back to 1987 and already offer more than 160000 hours of programming — many with searchable text! Step 2: Get started To get started, go to C-SPAN.org and click on Video Library, or go directly to C-span.org/videolibrary. Then, type what you’re looking for into the Search box. Narrow the field by using the “modify search” tools on the left. Programs are indexed by subject, speaker name, committee, format, keyword, location, and more. Step 3: Find what you’re looking for Pinpoint the exact moments you’re interested in with the transcript results feature, which highlights the parts of the video that contain the term you searched for so you can skip directly to those sections. Step 4: Narrow search to Congress Want to see what …Video Rating: 0 / 5
Support NNN – buy the Chapter 1 DVD! nightlynewsatnine.com Every penny earned from DVD sales goes into making NNN bigger and better. In this, the pilot episode of The Nightly News at Nine, there is a massive prison break out caused by a soccer game gone horribly awry. One of the escaped convicts is Malifios, a villain intent on destroying New Block City. The NNN team learns more about Malifios’s previous attempts to destroy the city as well as the New Block Citizens reaction to his threat to destroy their city. Meanwhile a war is mounting between the colors Green and Orange. I know most of you have seen all of this as the individual segments, but I just realized that I can upload this in it’s entirety now that the upload length restrictions are gone.