There a plethora of Websites that feature multimedia content. For example, most news outlets such as American Broadcasting Company (ABC), Associated Press (AP), Columbia Broadcasting Service (CBS), Cable News Network (CNN), FOX, MSNBC, National Broadcasting Company (NBC), Reuters, etc., produce video content on current events. But the sites below are reputable and specialize in multimedia production.
Try some of these searches:
Jordan, Miriam. "More Minors, Families Apprehended at Border; After Declining in 2015, More Unaccompanied Minors and Families from Central America were Stopped as they Entered the U.S." Wall Street Journal, 18 Apr. 2016. ProQuest, search.proquest.com/docview/1781456103?accountid=4973.
Reid, David. “Helping Girls To Study Rather Than Become Child Brides.” Innovators, British Broadcasting Corporation, 28 Nov. 2017, www.bbc.com/news/business-41483813.
Manibog, Claire. “Infographic: World Water Crisis.” United Nations International Children's Education Fund, www.unicefusa.org/infographic-world-water-crisis. Accessed 21 Mar. 2018.
Ydstie, John. “Once Shot For Advocating For Girls' Education, Malala Is Going To Oxford.” The Two Way, National Public Radio, 17 Aug. 2017, www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/08/17/544191839/once-shot-for-advocating-for-girls-education-malala-is-going-to-oxford.
Artistic Circles. “Gender and Education: Water Pressures.” CPTV, Public Broadcasting Service Learning Media, 2013, cptv.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/a92a3a55-3da3-47bc-b975-05829106f887/water-pressures-gender-and-education/?#.WrOp7ZPwau4. Accessed 21 Mar. 2018.
Koughan, Frank, and Mary Robertson. “The Education of Omarina.” Frontline, season 34, episode 13, Public Broadcasting Service, www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/the-education-of-omarina. Accessed 21 Mar. 2018.
Ntaiya, Kakenya. “A Girl Who Demanded School.” Technology, Entertainment, and DesignX MidAtlantic, Oct. 2012, www.ted.com/talks/kakenya_ntaiya_a_girl_who_demanded_school.