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With over 500,000 images and 30,000 motion clips, Science Photo Library provides creative professionals with striking specialist content unrivalled in quality, accuracy and depth of information. Specialising in science & technology, healthcare, space, animals, environment, plants & flowers and history, our handpicked content is sourced from leading scientific and medical experts and institution as well as from acclaimed photographers globally, ensuring you get the best possible scientific clip or image for your project. With over 85% of our motion collection available in true HD you can search our website or take advantage of free research service.
Public Service Broadcasting were inspired by, and creatively recycled, public information films from the 30s and 40s (and one from 1975) in their hugely successful debut LP Inform Educate Entertain, introducing ideas and sounds from a bygone era to a new, and predominantly young, audience.
It's "Absolutely, sensationally brilliant" " Tom Robinson, 6 Music
MAKERS is a landmark television and digital video initiative created by AOL Inc. in partnership with PBS, that aims to be the largest and most dynamic collection of women's stories ever assembled. With exclusive video interviews of groundbreaking women from all walks of life, MAKERS harnesses the power of storytelling to capture and preserve the remarkable achievements of women of yesterday and today to inspire the MAKERS of tomorrow. In February 2013, over 2.6 million viewers tuned-in to the PBS broadcast of "MAKERS: Women Who MAKE America," a 3-hour documentary that tells the story of the last 50 years of the women's movement. Surprisingly, men comprise 48% of the audience on MAKERS.com. Video views on the site have eclipsed 42 million since launch and MAKERS has been invited to the White House to screen excerpts for the Council on Women and Girls. The MAKERS social community has thrived due to editorial curation of newly released content and stories relevant to the world around us.
Each week, MAKERS continues to add to the dynamic and ever-growing canon of women's stories each week. In 2014, we will increase the number of MAKERS from our current 210 to 300 and also return to broadcast with six one-hour specials in the summer and fall. Additionally, global MAKERS will be celebrated, in concert with the translation of our MAKERS stories for global audiences. From Secretaries of States and Supreme Court Justices to athletes, activists and entertainers, the stories on MAKERS.com weaves together the known and unknown groundbreakers who've sparked change and lit a path for those to follow. www.MAKERS.com
Timeline WW2 with Dan Snow is a digital history of WW2 containing over 100 archive film clips, images, interactive maps, and text, that brings to life the events of WW2. Many of the clips allow the user to select either the original audio track, or a new commentary that gives the modern context and story behind each of the events shown. The interactive timeline allows the user to search for clips on particular items or topics, and the locations of all of the items can also be seen on a map of the globe. An early version of this app was launched in 2012, but the current version and the set of archive now available in the app were launched in April 2013 .
This app brings archive film to life in a way never seen before. With the ability for the user to select alternative audio tracks for each item of news archive: either the original, or a new commentary by Dan Snow, that puts the each film clip into context for the modern viewer. Combining the extensive archive of British Pathe, with the best of US Govt and Armed Forces archive (significant parts of which are in colour), this app brings to life WW2 in an unprecedented way. As well as watching on the iPad, users can also view the footage on their TVs using Apple TV. Each archive clip is supported by images, text and map entries that allow the user to gain a great overview of all the major events of WW. A significant research and editing effort went into finding the archive clips that best tell the story of WW2 for a new generation, on a new platform. SAMPLE: www.timelineww2.com