Google and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation today announced a joint effort to make the Foundation’s Archive of American Television interviews available for free viewing on Google Video. So far the first 75 of a total 283 films of interviews with the leaders in front of and behind the cameras can be found by entering “academy of television” into the search box.
Interviews can be found with such notables as William Shatner, Alan Alda and Ted Turner, just to name a few.
An interesting resource well worth checking out if you’re a TV buff or if you’re just interested in watching some great interviews with some of the people who made huge impressions on popular culture over the past 75 years.
And as an aside, I’d like to personally thank Google for giving me the opportunity to watch a bit of TV as part of my job.