Babelgum, a global internet television network, announced a deal with AP Archive last week which will allow users to see all major news stories since 1929 from the film and video archives of the Associate Press.
The collection is one of the largest and most important historical archives in the world with 700,000 news clips on topics ranging from war and conflict to social history, the environment and science and technology.
Alan Bradshaw, Business Development Manager for AP Archive, said; “Babelgum offers its users a high quality viewing experience with free access to valuable professional content and we wanted to be part of that. By making some of the major highlights of our collection available through Babelgum, we hope that Babelgum’s users across the world will benefit from the easy access.”
Valerio Zingarelli, Babelgum CEO, said; “Our mission is to give our users a vast library of content around areas of interest. The AP Archive is a treasure trove of such content which will be interesting viewing for everyone from school pupils to amateur historians.”
Babelgum is a free online TV network which focuses on independent films and festivals, adventure sports, nature and travel in its editorial. The website combines the full-screen video quality of traditional television with the interactive capabilities of the internet, offering professionally produced programming on-demand to a global audience.
For more information on Babelgum internet television, visit www.babelgum.com