1. HD FULL - The Real Price of Winning at All Costs: Elite Cycling, Doping and Lance Armstrong

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    This symposium on doping in the world of cycling includes discussion of actions taken by Lance Armstrong and others to cover up an internationally pervasive doping culture. Panelists weighing in on the subject include Greg LeMond (three-time Tour de France winner) and his wife Kathy, Betsy Andreu (wife of USPS cycling captain Frankie Andreu), Bill Bock (general counsel of US Anti-Doping Agency), and Reed Albergotti (white collar crime reporter, The Wall Street Journal). This HD video of the event has four different camera angles and custom graphics. Comments are more than welcome but if they are obscene, they will be removed and the user blocked. This presentation was produced by the Texas Program in Sports and Media at UT Austin and the Moody College of Communication and funded by the McGarr Symposium on Sports and Society.

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    • FULL - White House Young America Series: Live from the University of Texas at Austin

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      The Annette Strauss Institute in the College of Communication hosted this event to promote the civic engagement of youth. Ronnie Cho,associate director of the White House Office of Public Engagement was emcee for the series, which was streamed live.

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      • FULL SPEECH - Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez addresses students on his upcoming new cable channel "El Rey"

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        from Moody College of Communication / Added

        College of Communication and Department of Radio-Television-Film alumnus Robert Rodriguez visited campus on May 2 to host a conversation with students and inspire what he called, “the next generation of innovators.” Charles Ramirez-Berg, a university distinguished teaching professor in the RTF program, arranged the event in conjunction with the Center for Mexican-American Studies under the title, “The Future of Latino Images in Film and Media.” Rodriguez, founder of Austin-based Troublemaker Studios, said that many of his innovations ushered original trends into the Hollywood mainstream. These included the push and acceptance of independent films in the 1990s, the rise and explosion of digital film around the new millennium, and the profitable return of the 3-D genre in the 2000s. A large portion of Rodriguez’s lecture centered on the filmmaker’s new cable channel “El Rey,” slated to premiere in 2013 on Comcast, the nation’s largest cable provider. When it airs, shows will be spoken in English but tailored to Latino audiences. Rodriguez also said he wants the programming to be so good that the network attracts all audiences, and that "El Rey" is currently accepting pitches.

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        • HOUSING + TRANSIT: Getting on Track in Austin

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          A forum on linking transit and affordable housing policies in our region to build sustainable, inclusive communities.

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          • NC State Hockey vs. Tennessee (January 19th, 2014)

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            Watch as the Wolfpack take on the Volunteers from the University of Tennessee in this final match-up of the Stephen Russel Memorial Tournament. It's all here, and it's only on Wolfpack Sports Television.

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            • St. Marks vs. Kinkaid UT Finals 2010

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              St. Marks School of Texas vs. Kinkaid School in the finals of the UT Longhorn Classic. Varsity High School policy debate tournament.

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              • FULL - Political Polarization: A Conversation Across the Divide at UT-Austin

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                The Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life held a frank conversation about the forces of polarization that threaten to more deeply divide our country on Thursday, October 18, 2012. By all accounts, political polarization is on this rise. The gulf between Americans who identify as either Republican or Democrat has widened and deepened, even to the point that some citizens say they would not approve of their son or daughter marrying outside their own political party. Polarization makes politics more exciting for intense partisans. But governing, which used to involve the art of compromise, becomes more difficult. Campaigning becomes skewed by the intensity of feeling on each side, while those with more moderate views are left out of the dialogue. Civility is replaced with vitriol. This conversation explores what drives political polarization and what citizens can do to step our political system back from the brink. Guests include Mark McKinnon, communications strategist and former political advisor for President George W. Bush, Senator John McCain, Governor Ann Richards, Congressman Charlie Wilson, Lance Armstrong and Bono; Trey Grayson, former Kentucky Secretary of State and current director of the Institute of Politics at Harvard University; and Linda Moore Forbes, a 25-year veteran of presidential campaigns and senior strategist.

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                • Fall 2014 Moody College Commencement - Full Ceremony

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                  The fall 2014 commencement address was delivered by Jeff Hunt, public relations professional, founder of PulsePoint Group and lecturer in the Moody College's Stan Richards School of Advertising & Public Relations.

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                  • NY Times columnist David Carr on future of journalism - 2012 Mary Alice Davis Distinguished Lecture

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                    David Carr, New York Times media and culture columnist, looks at the promise of the new normal in the news business in an age of upheaval.

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                    • Math D1 - 02

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                      Math D1 - Lecture 2 2014 Quartile 4 Waaier 1

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