Internet Resources - Television



Databases

  • Gale General OneFile
    Indexes over 11,500 periodicals, including over 7000 full-text publications, and over 400 newspaper services worldwide. Backfile coverage is to 1980. Also includes more than 500 travel guides, National Public Radio programs from 1990 to the present, and links to over 5,000 video files.
    Browse related subjects: Indexes, Magazine Articles, Teen Homework Help, Television
  • hoopla
    hoopla is a digital media service where you can check out movies, television, audiobooks, and music. Items are available for streaming or temporary download on your computer, smart phone or tablet. Thousands of titles are available. Sign up with your email address, then use your library card number and pin to check them out.
    Browse related subjects: Audio Books, Movies, Music, Soundtracks, Television

Recommended Websites

  • Epguides.com
    Gives titles and airtimes for t.v. shows, as well as links to plot summaries, links, and guest stars.
    Browse related subjects: Television
  • Internet Movie Database
    Hugely informative site on all things movie/television related. Find quotes, complete cast listings and credits, biographies and more.
    Browse related subjects: Actors, Movies, Television
  • Public Broadcasting Service
    The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) provides information on "noncommercial television stations", including program schedules, tv channels, news, and reviews. Also provided are resources and links for teachers and educators.
    Browse related subjects: Performing Arts, Television
  • Search Biography.com
    Search over 25,000 biographies on the Biography Channel's website.
    Browse related subjects: Television

Did You Know?

Heath Painting at the Downtown Branch Library

The "City of Santa Cruz" painting hangs on the stairway landing near the second floor entrance to the Young People's room at the Downtown Branch.

The Santa Cruz Daily Surf reported, "the picture of the City of Santa Cruz, painted by F. L. Heath for exhibition at the ... [More]

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