Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports, 1947-1996. The Foreign Broadcast Information Service is a US government agency which translates the text of daily radio and television broadcasts, newspapers and periodicals, government statements, books, and other sources of unrestricted information such as databases and gray literature from non-English sources around the world. Reports with translations are issued for eight world regions daily and cover such topics as military affairs, politics, the environment, societal issues, economics, and science and technology.

Europhoto offers historical photograph archives of nine European news agencies. Commercial site: copies of the photos are available for sale. Thumbnails available on Europeana (browse by provider).

Television News Archive (Vanderbilt University) (1968-) indexes the collection of network television news programs at Vanderbilt University. Abstracts searchable by keyword to find information and/or request videotape loans. Online video is available for CNN news broadcasts from October 1995 to the present.

American History in Video has numerous modern documentaries together with newsreels from 1929 to the present.

World History in Video. Over 1,750 documentaries, covering prehistory - fall of the Berlin Wall.

Internet Archive includes films, radio audio clips, news clips, educational films, advertisements, industry films, etc.

InaMédiaPro (1949- ; some reels from early 20th Century) offers news reels, documentaries, radio shows, presidential addresses, etc. by French public media. User guide.