Did you know that 60 Minutes is the longest continuously running American network primetime show? Stony Brook students, faculty, and staff now have access to every episode of 60 minutes that aired between 1997-2014. This collection covers over 350 hours of high quality streaming-on-demand video and this collection is a great resource for journalists, historians, and other students of culture.
The collection contains transcripts of every episode, so viewers can skip right to the good parts as well as clips of particular moments and the opportunity to embed videos. The metadata on the programs is also fantastic, viewers can select material based on the people, places, or historical events discussed in the video.
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