Modern Marvels: Times Square
Times Square, an American landmark at the juncture of Broadway and Seventh Avenue, has gone through many changes over the years. This History Classroom presentation delves into the electric history of the Crossroads of the World and chronicles the many transformations, including footage from some of the New Year's Eve parties that have been held there every year since 1904.
60-minute runtime; 2 year copyright clearance.
Airs Dec. 27 at 6:00 am ET/PT
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