In today's arts and culture headlines, YouTube and the Guggenheim release a shortlist of the best creative video.
Publishers -- big houses and small independents alike - have lately turned to video to generate buzz and advertise their new releases. Over the past few years, book trailers have been gaining in popularity as publishers hope to cash in…
By Molly Finnegan
A roundup of arts headlines.
From a bedroom in the San Francisco Bay area, Salman Khan is using the Web to teach math and science to millions. Spencer Michels reports on how the non-profit Kahn Academy is providing educational materials through its free YouTube video…
It's been a big week for the NewsHour organization. Last week, we unveiled the redesign of our homepage and launched The Rundown blog. On Monday, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer relaunched as the PBS NewsHour and we…
From home computer to Carnegie Hall, a Wednesday night performance capped off YouTube's first experiment with its online collaborative orchestra.
Susan Boyle, a singing contestant on the U.K. reality show "Britain's Got Talent," became an unlikely Internet sensation this week. ITN's ITV news correspondent Phil Reay-Smith examines Boyle's appeal.
Say you're an awesome cymbal player and you have a Web cam. Or maybe marimba is your thing. You catch wind of the YouTube Symphony Orchestra project, read the rules and upload a video of yourself playing.
A spectrum of voting experiences, from first-time thrills to long lines, have been documented by a thousand voters across the country on YouTube's Video Your Vote project, a collaboration with PBS and the NewsHour. Kwame Holman reports on the experiment.
This week, Congress pushed through a massive financial rescue plan and vice presidential hopefuls faced off in a key debate. Analysts Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks weigh all things politics.
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