NEW YORK — ABC News VideoSource (www.abcnewsvsource.com) has upgraded and expanded its Website, providing easier access to its vast collection of archival footage online. Producers and researchers can now browse, license and, in some cases, immediately access tens of thousands of video assets from ABC News’ archives with the click of a mouse.
VideoSource is the stock footage licensing division of ABC News. It offers customers historically-rich news video from a collection that spans from 1896 to the present. Visitors to the site can conduct advanced searches of video content in key categories, including current events, business, crime, disasters, entertainment, government, health, human rights, scenics, sports, technology, US news, wars and world affairs. Suggested and related searches are also available, and users can preview videos online before making a purchase.