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Streaming Video

Resource for LMU community on using Streaming Video for instruction.

Additional Streaming Resources

A number of openly accessible Internet sites provide access to streaming videos. These sites may host content or merely point to content hosted elsewhere. Advertising supports some of these sites. Others are the official site for a producer, distributor, series, or festival. Searching functions on these sites vary widely, and content can change or be removed without notice.

  • American Experience

  • American Indian Film Gallery

  • American Rhetoric

  • Annenberg Media

  • Archive of American Television

  • ARKive

  • BBC History of the World in 100 Objects

  • C-Span Video Library

  • Civil Rights Digital Library

  • Disabled World

  • EVIA Digital Archive Project - Ethnographic Video for Instruction & Analysis

  • Folkstreams

  • Frontline

  • HealthLibrary Online

  • HippoCampus

  • Hulu

  • International Monetary Fund

  • Internet Archive

  • Internet Movie Datbase

  • Lannan Foundation

  • Learners TV

  • Media That Matters Film Festival

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art

  • Mike Wallace Interview, The

  • Movieclips

  • Newslook

  • Nova

  • PBS Learning Media

  • Connect to PBS Video

    Provides access to selected programs from selected PBS series (such as Nature, American Experience, Nova, and Frontline, among others.)  Users can browse by Programs, Topics, or Collections. Individual programs are subdivided into smaller segments

  • PlunkettResearch

  • P.O.V. Video

  • REELGOOD- It's a website app that helps you find where any movie or TV show is available to stream for FREE legally or for rent/buy.

  • ScienceCinema

  • Scripps Library and Multimedia Archive

  • SnagFilms

  • TED:  Technology, Entertainment, Design

  • Thanhouser Films Online

  • TVNews

  • UC Berkeley Media Resources Center Online Media

  • Veoh

  • WGBH Open Vault

  • YouTube

Library of Congress/American Memory program

The American Memory project from the Library of Congress provides access to several hundred early motion pictures, organized into 11 discrete collections:

  • America at Work, America at Leisure: Motion Pictures from 1894-1915
  • American Variety Stage: Vaudeville and Popular Entertainment, 1870-1920
  • Before and After the Great Earthquake and Fire: Early Films of San Francisco, 1897-1916
  • Inside an American Factory: Films of the Westinghouse Works, 1904
  • Last Days of a President: Films of McKinley and the Pan-American Exposition, 1901
  • Life of a City: Early Films of New York, 1898-1906
  • Origins of American Animation
  • Prosperity and Thrift: the Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, 1921-1929
  • Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures
  • Theodore Roosevelt: His Life and Times on Film