Access U.S. Broadcast Transcripts is a full-text collection of current and archived broadcast transcripts from many of the top television and radio news shows in the United States. With this specialized resource, libraries can expand the coverage of their NewsBank collection, offering unprecedented depth and breadth for research on many different topics.
Local, regional and national perspectives
TV and radio broadcasts provide in-depth coverage and unique viewpoints on contemporary and ongoing issues and events. Access U.S. Broadcast Transcripts provides researchers with content from leading sources such as CBS, CNBC, CNN, FOX News, MSNBC, NBC, and others. It also provides coverage of daily local newscasts from more than 60 metropolitan areas, including San Diego, Seattle, New York, Boston, Denver, Las Vegas, Houston, Nashville, Miami and Cincinnati.
Additional sources for more successful research
Access U.S. Broadcast Transcripts supplements the newspaper reporting found in America’s News and Access World News. It shares the same user-friendly interface as these collections and can be cross-searched with them. Together, these resources provide comprehensive coverage of past and current news, enabling students and faculty to more thoroughly explore timelines and compile and compare information from a variety of sources.
About NewsBank Resources
Updated daily, America’s News provides current and archived full-text news articles from the complete electronic editions of more than 1,500 U.S. newspapers and news sources, most of them unique to this collection. With the addition of hundreds of international news sources from six continents, libraries can upgrade to Access World News, which consolidates more than 3,500 news sources into a single, fully searchable database.