For those who answered yes, Google Video is offering access to archival footage from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation. In addition to actors, interview subjects include directors, producers, writers and executives, spanning the decades from Carl Reiner to Steven Bochco.
Of the 284 historic interviews to be included in the offering (totaling about 240 viewing hours), 75 interviews are now available through Google's video service.
"This will be the first time users can watch and search these full, uncut interviews online," Terri Clark, executive director of the Television Academy Foundation, said in a statement.
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