Television Explorer Interactive Time Zooming

As part of the latest release of the Television Explorer, the volume timeline now supports interactive time zooming in which you can click-drag your mouse to highlight a particular portion of the timeline and the system will automatically launch a new search that zooms into just that period of time. Often when running 2009-present searches, […]

Television Explorer Now Includes BBC News

We're excited to announce that with the Internet Archive's recent addition of BBC News to its monitoring archive, the Television Explorer now includes BBC as an available station under its new "International Networks" collection (available under the Television Network dropdown). BBC is our first true international station available in the Television Explorer and we are […]

Introduction The New Television Explorer Top Clips

In addition to the Television Explorer's new Top Terms Word Cloud, we are also excited today to announce the release of the new Top Clips feature, which displays the top 50 matching clips most relevant to your search. The previous version of the Television Explorer only displayed a bulleted list of links to relevant clips, […]

Introducing The Television Explorer Top Terms Word Cloud

We are immensely excited to announce today the latest version of our new Television Explorer, a collaboration with the Internet Archive to explore more than 2 million hours of American television news back to 2009. This new version of the Explorer takes the top 50 most relevant matching clips for any query and computes a […]

Television Explorer: Top Trending Topics

We're tremendously excited to announce today the new Top Trending Topics system of the Television Explorer. Each morning the system scans the full raw closed captioning of all monitored national stations and computes a massive ngram table over all of that material. After more than a week of intensive benchmarking, we've settled on 4-grams (four word ngrams) as […]

What Happens When Fake News Is Real News?

What happens to free speech in a world where a small group of elites decide what is true and what is false in the midst of a million shades of gray? Read The Full Article.

New Research Tool for Visualizing Two Million Hours of Television News

We are immensely excited to announce today the release of a powerful new timeline visualization in collaboration with the Internet Archive's Television News Archive that allows you to visualize American television news coverage of any arbitrary keyword over the last 6 years across more than two million hours totaling 5.7 billion words from 150 stations, […]

How Data And Information Literacy Could End Fake News

Technology alone cannot solve the fake news problem – only through teaching society to be data and information literate can we improve citizens’ ability to interpret the world around them. Read The Full Article.