Robin Good’s insight:
If you are a documentary enthusiast like me, you will find plenty of great videos, curated and organized into categories and lists by visiting DocumentaryAddict.
The site, which is completely free to use, offers organised free access to nearly 5000 free documentaries already available online and keeps itself alive by using contextual ads from Google on its content pages.
Aside form the Google ads, which are not very intrusive, the site is extremely well designed and offers multiple ways to find the type of documentary you may want to watch, through 26categories, several compilation of top titles and a full search function.
Users can also rate and comment on each documenrary page providing a useful space for learning and exchanging from other fellow watchers.
A great example of sustainable content curation at work. By simply organizing and making more accessible what is already available out there, great value can be created as well as a community of passionate followers.
Free to use.
Check it out now: http://ift.tt/1jkpsGi
Added to Great Examples of Content Curation.
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