RTVE and Filmoteca Española launch online audiovisual history of Spain
Iñaki Ferreras | 28-12-2012
Spain's national public broadcaster RTVE and Filmoteca Española (the Spanish public film library) have launched the largest online audiovisual library covering the history of Spain.
The library contains over 700 hours of material and 4,000 videos which will be accessible on mobile phones, consoles, tablets and connected TVs.
Contents include No-Do, a collection of Franco-era short movie reports about the most important events of the time. No-Do documents events from 1943 through to May 1981 when broadcast was stopped.
The contents are also accessible through RTVE.ES, RTVE's online platform. RTVE's interactive media department has organised the site chronologically by weeks, as well as by themes, or visitors can use a free search, reports Panorama Audiovisual.