Archive.org makes HUGE 9/11 television archive available to public
This collection contains television news programs recorded live from around September 11, 2001 by the non-profit Television Archive to help patrons research this important part of United States history. These materials were available on the televisionarchive.org site from October 11, 2001 through 2003.
These are lower quality, streaming versions of the 9/11 Archive MPEG's that were discovered by user 'gangsta' on February 22nd. But they are all there, all television footage of September 11th, 12th and 13th from CNN, FOX, ABC, CBS, BBC and NBC is now available for online viewing.
This is a HUGE resource for 9/11 research!
Unfortunately the high quality MPEG's are no longer available for download but chances are that they are all in the public domain by now and will be spread as torrents.
Shortly after the first announcement on 911Blogger, the files were made unavailable for download. Then on March 8th, "fmb" from the Loose Change forums found out that the MPEG's were back online. Then last night, the files were unavailable again. Probably because they are now available in streaming format.
Myself, i was able to download the whole CBS and ABC archives and half of the FOX archive as high quality MPEG's before Archive.org pulled them. Any other users that were able to download the HQ versions?
This will provide research material for months to come. I suggest you download the files before they are gone (for whatever reason).
[GW's comment: If you post videos to YouTube, Google video, etc., please state where you got them (for example, page xyz of the Internet Archive). That way, when people look at them, they can be AUTHENTICATED.
Otherwise, what happens is that some time after you upload the video, someone will ask where you got it, and you won't remember. Its happened to all of us.]