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Worth a Thousand Words: The FCC Through a Camera's Lens

by: Benjamin Balter, New Media

September 2, 2010 - 04:01 PM

The FCC Flickr stream is a great, free resource for students writing reports, bloggers writing posts, and just about anyone interested in the agency’s daily happenings. As works of the Federal Government, all of the FCC’s more than 500 photos can be used, edited, or mashed up with other media, in almost any way you can imagine.

Although all the sets are too numerous to mention, some of the more recent pictures include:

FCC Headquarters, 12th Street Entrance

Looking for videos? The FCC YouTube Channel provides over 150 on-demand, HD, accessible videos for users to watch, edit, or embed. There, you can access recordings of recent commission meetings, one-on-one interviews with top decision-makers, and video walkthroughs of FCC.gov’s most useful features.

Satellite Dish at FCC Testing Laboratory in Columbia, MD Server and Monitors in FCC Data Center

Please, feel free to browse the FCC Flickr stream and use the photos to add to the ongoing dialogue. Have a suggestion or idea? Leave a comment below or on the pictures and videos directly.

Updated: April 11, 2012 - 04:31 PM
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