New Channel Showcases more than 3,000 ‘Green Living’ articles, videos
Associated Content, one of the web’s leading open publishing platforms, recently launched a new Green section to supplement content that already includes arts & entertainment, health & wellness, lifestyle, news, sports, technology and travel. With more than 250,000 registered users contributing to the collection of one million articles, videos, slideshows and audio clips, Associated Content is one of the fastest-growing, ad-supported sites on the Web and is a leading resource for how-to green information. The new Green channel arranges content into useful categories such as Auto, Home, Apparel, Food and Wine, Technology, Energy and Conservation. Visitors can find everything from eco-friendly building tips to reviews of green cleaning products. Visit Associated Content’s Green section at www.associatedcontent.com/green.
PBS launches video portal
Full-length videos from PBS, spanning all PBS genres and the system’s most renowned award-winning programs, as well as content from local PBS stations, are now available online at the PBS Video Portal. Ultimately, the portal will feature-length films and documentaries, and live events and performances, with more content arriving literally every week. The portal brings thousands of hours of PBS programming to the web – together in one place for the first time ever – including iconic PBS programming such as “American Experience” (including the recent documentary series “We Shall Remain”), “American Masters,” “Antiques Roadshow,” “Frontline,” “Frontline/World,” “Great Performances,” “Julia Child Cooking With Master Chefs,” “Masterpiece,” “Nature,” “The Newshour With Jim Lehrer,” “Nova” and more. PBS producers are also planning to deliver regular web-original content to the PBS Video Portal, which will include a state-of-the-art player and curated “collections” of content across PBS’ deep video library. Visit The PBS Video Portal at www.pbs.org/video.