Finding News Transcripts

March 18, 2008 at 7:15 pm Leave a comment

To search transcripts, checkmark Transcripts. Transcripts are included from: NPR, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, and the News Hour with Jim Lehrer, among others.

To search transcripts:

  • Choose Source
  • From the Select Source Category pulldown menu, select Publications -Type
  • Click on Transcripts; this adds this to your search

Similar coverage as compared to LexisNexis. Includes The Oprah Winfrey Show.

Additional Sources of Transcripts at Bobst

  • Try searching Bobcat. Keyword search for your network/television show AND transcripts
  • CBS News Daily News Broadcasts, 1963-1986. Available via Microfiche
    Call number: Microfiche 524
    Transcripts of CBS news broadcasts from 1963-1986, including daily broadcasts, special reports, Face the Nation, and Sixty Minutes. For a more complete description see the Index, under Access, below.Use the CBS News Index, 1975-1986 in the (REFERENCE 1 PN4888 .T4C64a.) to locate transcripts. Annual volumes provide detailed subject coverage. Date and pages of transcripts are listed with codes for morning broadcasts (A), evening broadcasts (P), Sixty Minutes (60m), etc. The CBS News Index was not published for the years 1963-1974.

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