RESOURCES: 11 Places To Find Rare And Amazing Clips From Before 2000
Over the last year, I’ve spent hundreds of hours looking for the most rare and valuable video interviews and speeches ever recorded.
As a result, I’ve shared 150+ video clips that have been viewed 4M+ times and gained a lot of research for articles I’m writing. One video alone had 700,000+ views:
After scouring YouTube all of these hours, I found one big opportunity for thought leaders that is overlooked…
The Untapped Power Of Curating Classic Videos
Here are the qualities that make these videos special:
Popular. They were interesting enough to resonate with many people.
Classic. They’re proven to stand the test of time.
Rare. They have been forgotten. So they have become hidden gems.
Nostalgic. They remind us of people that had a big impact on our life.
Historic. They teach us about history through osmosis.
Plentiful. There are easily 20,000+ classic interviews available online.
Today’s Game Plan
Finding these clips can be hard, but not if you know where to search.
The goal of this post is to make that search easier so you can find amazing clips to:
Share on social media
Include in your articles
Be transformed by
To that end, I created a list of the top 11 YouTube curators, TV shows, and world-class interviewers that I have found the most useful and interesting. With these eleven sources alone, you gain access to thousands of amazing interviews.
Free subscribers get access to the first three sources. Paid subscribers get access to all 11.
11 Best Places To Find Rare, Classic Clips
Topics: Philosophy, psychology, spirituality, bodywork, religion, altered states, culture, and much more
Host: Jeffrey Mishlove (psychologist)
About: “The primary focus of Manufacturing Intellect is to rescue and preserve the greatest intellectual voices and bring them to you.”
Topics: Politics, media, technology, the arts and civic life
Host: Richard Heffner (professor of communications and public policy)