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Historical specialists WPA Film Library have found some interesting footage of the opening of the world’s first digital stock exchange.
With stock market news being big at the moment, WPA Film Library looks back with this clip, shot on film, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the NASDAQ stock exchange; the world’s first electronic stock market.
For the month of February, WPA Film Library proudly showcases new content catalogued, digitised, and viewable. Here is just some of the newly available content on their website:
546108 Black Lung March
546079 McDonald’s and Roy Rogers Restaurants
546112 President Reagan Press Conference
546126 James Watt Confirmation Hearing
546099 Construction for Reagan Inauguration
546098 President Reagan’s 2nd Press Conference
546104 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
Great Aerial Agency HOsiHO Subscribes to StockFootageOnline
Many great photography and video libraries see benefit from being part of the world’s best content community. We welcome the outstanding footage from premier aerial image creators HOsiHO onto our platform.
HOsiHO.com is home to a collection of over 35,000 highly-curated aerial videos and photos of the world seen from the sky. The agency, created in 2014, represents a group of more than 200 professional aerial filmmakers and photographers based around the globe.
Footage and stills cover the most remarkable places of our world and are mainly filmed from drones or helicopters with creativity, and always legally.
90% of the collection is shot in 4K ultra-high definition and is subject to special care when it comes to selection. Every single shot is hand-picked and reviewed by a curator. This is a guarantee of flawless quality.
The website is currently available both in English and French.
PBS’ flagship television channel releases hundreds of never-before-seen interviews from 34-year archive, now available to stream with searchable transcripts, including John Lennon, Maya Angelou, Patti Smith, Mel Brooks, and others.
Thirteen Productions’ award-winning PBS documentary series ’American Masters’ released 500 videos from its robust archive, making a collection of interviews from the last four decades of American Masters films available and fully searchable for the first time at pbs.org/americanmasters. The American Masters digital archive includes over 1,000 hours of footage from more than 1,000 original, never-before-seen, full, raw interviews: a treasure trove of the movers and shakers of American culture, including Maya Angelou, Patti Smith, Mel Brooks, Carol Burnett, Matthew Broderick, Carl Reiner, Joan Rivers, Audra McDonald, Lee Grant, Patricia Bosworth, Sidney Lumet, William Buckley and many others. Just a fraction of the interviews filmed for American Masters appear in the final films; approximately 96% of the footage never gets released. Now, the American Masters digital archive makes this rich catalogue of interviews available to the public.
Created as a public research-and-learning tool with an emphasis on usability, discoverability and comprehensive indexing, the American Masters digital archive uses a dynamic web interface to transform the archive into a powerful database of American artistic and cultural achievements. Each interview includes searchable, synchronized transcription powered by Trint. The search and synchronization features allow viewers to jump to sections of the interview just by clicking on a word in the transcript. Over the coming weeks, 500 more interviews from the collection will be released to the public.
In 2016, American Masters completed the digitization of 2,156 tapes and launched the digital archive, releasing interview selections through the American Masters Podcast and videos on the American Masters website. All full-length, digitized interviews are archived by the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB), a collaboration between Boston public media producer GBH and the Library of Congress to preserve and make accessible significant historical content created by public media.