View / Keyword Search Video of Program Held During March For Science Rally in Washington D.C.
The C-SPAN Video Library, a free resource, offers a keyword searchable version of the complete program held during today’s March For Science rally in Washington D.C.,
It was one of hundreds of rallies that took place around the world today.
The video runs four hours and can be viewed from start to finish, scrubbed, and/or searched by keyword using a transcript created from the the closed-captioning. Clicking a search result will take you to precisely where those words are spoken.
The C-SPAN Video Library also allows users (you’ll need a free MyC-SPAN account) to create customized clips of the video that can be shared. An account is not required to view/search the video.
As we post this item the C-SPAN Video Library allows users to search (metadata and transcript), view, and share more than 230,000 hours of content.
Direct to March for Science (Washington DC) Rally Video (via C-SPAN)
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