Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: A data transfer technique that allows the user to access audio and video media via the Internet without downloading the entirety of a very large file. A host or source "streams" packets of information to the user in smaller increments as it is viewed. Unlike downloads, streaming video is not intended to be retained as a file on a viewer's computer.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Audio and visual media documenting the University of Nebraska at Omaha's athletics teams and program begin in the early 20th century and continue to the 21st century.
Scope and Contents Videos created by Fredrick Zydek include readings of his writings, the history of Metropolitan Community Church of Omaha (MCC Omaha), family history, LGBT topics such as “Native American Gay History,” and other videos reflecting Zydek’s interests. All videos are available for viewing from Zydek’s YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMoroni12 as of February 10, 2017.
Series — Item 462
Description 462 videos make up Senator Chuck Hagel's video record. Most reflect his time in the U.S. Senate from 1997 to 2008. A handful chronicle his race for the U.S. Senate in 1995 and 1996 and his life outside the Senate. The videos show him on national and local news programs, in debates, on the Senate floor, in committee hearings, and giving speeches in Nebraska and around the U.S. There are serious videos, like the dozens of videos relating to conflicts around the world. There are funny videos, like...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The Harold Chenoweth Film Collection holds the digitized copies of the original films shot by Chenoweth during the first half of the twentieth century in Nebraska. The subject matter of the films include: rodeos; commercials; state fairs; highlights from Aksarben including the racetack, parade, stock animals, and factory; Delco Farm Lighting; highlights from the 1941 Rose Bowl football game between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Stanford University; a 1933 California trip of Herbert...
Scope and Contents Reflections in Time is a series of 125 interviews produced from 1979 to 2007 with former UNO staff, faculty, and administrators. Of the 125 interviews in this series, the first 73 programs (1979-1991) were hosted by UNO Professor of Communication Paul Borge and the final 52 (2000-2007) were hosted by UNO Dean of Arts & Sciences Jack Newton. No episodes were produced between 1991 and 2000.Episodes from 1979-1991 were produced by KYNE-TV, in cooperation with the UNO Alumni...
University of Nebraska Foundation 80th anniversary interview with UNO Chancellor Emeritus Del Weber, 2016
Scope and Contents Video produced by the University of Nebraska Foundation in 2016 marking its 80th anniversary that included an interview with UNO Chancellor Emeritus Del Weber.
UNO Chancellor Emeritus Del Weber giving a speech to the UNO course Honors Public Speaking of Prof. Rita Shaughnessy, November 14, 2016
Scope and Contents Video recording of UNO Chancellor Emeritus Del Weber giving a speech to the UNO course Honors Public Speaking of Prof. Rita Shaughnessy on November 14, 2016.