Californian non-profit group The Internet Archive is providing a library of news footage from 20 US and international TV channels that charts how those media reported events on and after 9/11. The coverage starts at 08:01 New York time and continues until around 21:00 on September 17, 2001. In total, that makes for more than 3,000 hours of footage.
The Archive presents its work in a way that allows the visitor to navigate through such a massive stock of footage. The rolling news coverage is cut into extracts of between 30 seconds and a couple of minutes long, which together form a continuous timeline in which key moments are tagged with clickable icons. One drawback of this is that it can be frustrating not to be able to see a longer, uninterrupted version of events.