|Videotape Ordering Instructions||
This is an condensed version of GSFC's video catalog. These videos were produced by GSFC in support of its Earth Science and Space Science missions for NASA. Copies of these videos are available directly from Interface Media Group (IMG) at minimal cost to cover reproduction and distribution charges. All orders for videotapes must be placed via e-mail, mail or by fax. Please include your name, address, phone number, fax number and/or e-mail address as well as an explanation of how you will be using the video material requested. Specify tapes by Goddard video numbers or by title and indicate video format for duplication. These products are not copyrighted unless otherwise indicated.|
When you contact Interface for duplication services, please ask for the current Duplication Manager.
Interface Media Group
1233 20th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Phone - (202) 861-0500
Fax - (202) 296-4492
About the Videotapes:
Each tape has been assigned a Goddard-unique library number such as G99-001. Please use that number when referring to Goddard tapes. The video material contained in this catalog is broken into sections containing resource material, press conferences and finished productions.
Resource Video -The vast majority of the videotapes available in this catalog are considered resource video and are primarily intended to be used as source material for television and audio visual productions. Resource video generally contains unedited "raw" footage and may include animation, data visualizations, background footage (B-roll), and excerpts of interviews. Note that resource videos are NOT finished productions and contains no narration. Resource video generally contains descriptive slates and contact information.
Press Conferences - are recommended for audiences with a scientific background and interest in a specific area of research; and is not suitable for general audiences. Contains narration.
Finished Productions - are for general audiences and is primarily suitable for educator's and the public who is interested in science. Contains narration, music and natural sound.
For more information about Goddard Videos, please contact Deanna Kekesi at (301) 286-0041 or Wade Sisler at (301) 286-6256.
NASA Television (NTV) is a resource designed to provide real-time and video coverage of Agency activities and missions, as well as, providing resource video to the media, and educational programming to teachers, students and the general public.
NTV has three one-hour programming blocks beginning at 12:00 p.m. Eastern: NTV Video File (resource material for the media, the NASA Gallery (programming of NASA's early years, live press conferences, or replays of previous live events) and the Education File (live and previously produced programming). These blocks are repeated throughout the day, ending at 3:00 a.m. Eastern. To receive current programming information, call (202) 358-3572 or via the Internet by using the following link:
+ NASA TV
The New Digital NASA Television
Digital NASA TV's Public, Education and Media channels are available on an MPEG-2 digital C-band signal via satellite on AMC 6, Transponder 17C in continental North America. In Alaska and Hawaii, they're available on AMC 7, Transponder 18C. Click on the "How to Get Digital NASA TV" link below to get complete digital C-band downlink information for each NASA TV channel. Analog NASA TV is no longer available.
NASA TV via Satellite
In the continental United States, NASA Television's Public, Education and Media channels are carried by MPEG-2 digital C-band signal on AMC-6, at 72 degrees west longitude, Transponder 17C, 4040 MHz, vertical polarization. They're available in Alaska and Hawaii on an MPEG-2 digital C-band signal accessed via satellite AMC-7, transponder 18C, 137 degrees west longitude, 4060 MHz, vertical polarization. A Digital Video Broadcast compliant Integrated Receiver Decoder is required for reception. Analog NASA TV is no longer available.