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Harvard Announces New Online Video Library

Harvard University's Institute of Politics (IOP; announced that video footage of nearly 30 years of public addresses and panel discussions held in the Forum at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government is now available on IOP's Web site. The IOP, which manages the Forum venue, has created the new online video archive featuring hundreds of speeches given by prominent political speakers from 1978 to the present. The archive ( also offers visitors a search engine to fully explore its contents.

Since its founding in 1978, the Forum has hosted hundreds of events that were seen by audiences totaling more than 650,000 people; millions more saw them via cable television, teleconferencing, and the Internet. The Forum archive will enable citizens to view events that featured U.S. presidents including George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Gerald Ford; Nobel Peace Prize winners; and other notable figures. The archive will make accessible historic addresses by heads of state from around the globe, as well as leading Republicans and Democrats, liberals and conservatives, academics, and community organizers. Videos in the archive will also include a lively and provocative Q&A session between Forum speakers and students, faculty, and the public.

Source: Harvard University Institute of Politics

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