Our recently produced Fulbright FLTA videos featuring language instructors Pius Nambuta (Swahili) and Maged Nofal (Arabic) are currently being featured on the World News Network — a website reaching over 2 million people per day.
The videos are featured along with those of UNI and other universities. In the screen shot below, you’ll see the video thumbnails as third and fourth from the left.
We’re thankful to have the videos featured and appreciate the additional exposure this offers.
The Studio is part of the Language Media Center within the Division of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
Below is more information about the World News Network taken from their website.
About World News Network
World News (WN) Network was founded in 1995 and launched online in 1998, it is now the most comprehensive, one-stop news resource on the Internet. Today, World News has over 150 million pages indexed – covering Film, Sport, Entertainment, Science, Business, Health and every City on earth.
WN Network has experienced substantial growth, receiving more than 2 million page views per day (May 3, 2012 – Jun 3, 2012), with a monthly average exceeding 57 million page views (Dec 3, 2011 – Jun 3 2012). During the same time period well over 1 million unique visitors viewed WN on a daily basis.
The UK’s Guardian newspaper has described WN as ‘One of the most powerful search tools for news junkies on the internet…’, WN catalog more than 70,000 articles each day, in 50 languages. Including more than 1,429,000 biographies and Information on 820,559 locations (Countries, Cities and Towns).
WN already has more than 10 Million Foreign Language pages in French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian.