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The Kaiser Video Library is a free, online service for journalists around the world who report on public health issues

December 9, 2007 • HIV/AIDS, Daily Email Recap

The Kaiser Video Library is a free, online service for journalists around the world who report on public health issues.

The goal of the video library is to provide television reporters and filmmakers — particularly in low and middle income countries — with another tool to accomplish their work. The library provides rights-free cover footage related to HIV/AIDS. Generic cover footage is also included. The clip reels are organized by region, and within each clip reel there are sub-categories to guide journalists through the range of material available. A preview of each clip reel can be screened online. Full length clip reels can then be ordered in a variety of different formats. The library will be updated periodically as new material becomes available. Journalists who have material related to AIDS and other public health issues such as malaria and tuberculosis that they would like to contribute can contact VideoLibrary@KFF.org. The following organizations have generously contributed material to this library: Family Health International, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, and the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on the Public Broadcasting System.

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