The New Yorker's Video page features numerous engrossing short videos - including interviews, short documentary features, roundtable discussions, and animations - covering a great variety of topics. Many of these videos are based on bits of journalism or fiction in the magazine, and all are free to view online. Visitors can check out the latest videos on the landing page or browse for videos by Genre, including Books, Business, Culture, Humor, Politics, and Science and Technology. Alternatively, visitors can check out videos by popularity or explore some of the magazine's video series. Here, one can watch "Seventy Years of Los Angeles," a mesmerizing video that uses split screen to compare the contemporary city to its past. Other highlights of this site include extensive author interviews, short documentaries that provide multiple perspectives regarding contemporary issues, and the Three Minute Lives series, which creates captivating three-minute-long documentaries based on interviews with authors and artists.