Video on the web
A weekly series of 30-minute international stories hosted by Newsweek editor, author and freelance journalist Fareed Zakaria.
Tiva.tv is an international video journalist agency based in Berlin. It features breaking news stories, current affairs reports, portraits, series, online magazines and mini documentaries.
DivX Stage6 is a platform that lets anyone upload, download, view, share and experience everything from short clips captured on mobile phones all the way up to full-length, high-definition feature films.
Sevenload is a a video and photo-sharing platform which utilises Web 2.0 technologies such as Ajax, ATOM and RSS. It allows users to upload, tag, and protect photos and videos.
A suite of applications for collecting, publishing, and watching video. The platform claims to host over 70,000 content publishers. Veoh Networks, Inc., is privately held and backed by leading technology and media investors, including Tornante Company and Time Warner Inc.
A video-sharing site that allows users to create content in video logs.
Deutsche Welle offers an on-demand selection of current programs by DW-TV, the television division of Deutsche Welle. It has been on air since 1992.
The first 24-hour, English-language news channel to have its headquarters in the Middle East. Al-Jazeera prides itself on impartial reporting about news, culture, sport and politics.
The YouTube space of the European Commission, where users will find a number of videos produced about issues concerning EU citizens.
The EUROPA website hosts archived EU audio and visual content. The video service features news from Europe by Satellite, video material produced about European Commission policy areas, archives and a search engine for all the products.
YouTube allows anyone to upload and share video clips on its site and across the Internet, on mobile devices, blogs, and e-mail. Google owns YouTube.
The Wall Street Journal's video bank is part of the Wall Street Journal Online. The platforms service offers content created by WSJ reporters, with an emphasis on market analysis, business news and technology reports.
The British Broadcasting Corporation hosts Video Nation, which offers short videos filmed by people across the UK. It aims to feature everyday stories of the people of Great Britain.
Our Media is a media archive which hosts images, text, video and audio clips. It's focus is on growing grassroots journalism, and as such it also provides educational materials about new media.
A sleek, interactive cable channel where viewers send in their own stories to be aired on the network. Users vote on what should make it to television. Production help is available.
Like Television offers thousand of videos free to download (classic tv series, cartoons, films). In 1999, the company developed the a process which creates high quality video files at very low data rates. The web site was created to demonstrate this technology.
International television online. JumpTV has partnered with a variety of international television broadcasters from over 70 countries to provide live broadcasting of their 24-hour linear feeds. Also features a lot of paid content.
A consumer information company specializing in TV program history, from the 1940s to the present. Hosts more biographical or summary information than video.
The European Union’s television information service provides TV and radio stations with audio and video in many languages. Audio, video and photos from live events - as well as produced pieces - are available free each day on the website.
- Emergency Journalism Toolkit
- DocumentCloud: Analyse, Annotate, Publish.
- Spokeo the People Search Engine
- Pixlr Photo Editing Services
- Storyplanet - Beta: Power to the Story
- Help a Reporter Out (HARO)
- Scoopinion: Bringing You High Quality Journalism One Article at a Time
- NewsDiffs: Tracking Online News Over Time
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