"ALA's Office for Intellectual Freedom coordinated the 50 State Salute to Banned Books Week [in honor of it's 30th year in 2012]. The 50 State Salute features videos from each state demonstrating how they celebrate the freedom to read."
Created by the Teachers College of Columbia University in 2008, this video quickly shows the covers of the one hundred most challenged books of 1990–2000. Appropriate for middle school and older class levels.
"Bill Moyers, legendary journalist and honorary co-chair of Banned Books Week, created a video essay 'The Bane of Banned Books,' for the Banned Books Virtual Read-Out" of 2012. Appropriate for secondary or collegiate classes.
Couric's Notebook (from CBS) briefly discusses the importance of Banned Books Week and why the ALA celebrates this event every year. Could be adapted to be appropriate for primary through collegiate classes.
"Since 1982, Banned Books Week has rallied librarians, booksellers, authors, publishers, teachers, and readers of all types to celebrate and defend the freedom to read. As we commemorate 30 years of Banned Books Week and enter our 31st year of protecting readers' rights, ALA is pleased to unveil this timeline of significant banned and challenged books." Suitable for secondary and collegiate classes.