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Multimedia Freebies

Below, you will find a carefully curated selection of free offers related to this category. The "Featured Freebie" items are some that we consider to be the most compelling available, but there are also a number of gems to be found within the related links that follow. If you come across any broken links or would like to suggest a new listing, please contact us using the email link at the bottom of the page. Thanks!

Featured Freebies

    - If you love documentary videos and crave the process of learning through curiosity, this is the site for you. While there are a few prominent documentary streaming services around that require paid subscriptions to access, Documentary Universe is entirely free. You don't even need to sign up or to log in. You are invited to watch their curated collection of documentaries - ranging from short films to feature-length offerings, entirely for free. Enjoy the process of discovery!

    - Secure two free months of access to the popular Hulu streaming video service. Essentially, the first month is provided via Hulu's own free trial offer, but TopCashback covers the costs of the second month by providing you with a full rebate of the $5.99 Hulu monthly fee. The way to claim this is to visit the offer by clicking on the link above, creating a TopCashback account with your email and password. Then, click on the "Get Offer" button to go through to Hulu. Add the $5.99 Hulu subscription to your cart and checkout. Once you checkout, in about 30 days, a $5.99 credit will be added to your TopCashback account. This process is a little involved, but seems like a reasonable way to score an additional month of free access to Hulu's titles, which includes many of the Disney and 20th Century Fox collections.

    - The site that challenged the record companies and led a musical revolution! (no kidding) is a virtual library of original music created by independent artists from all over the world. The site has mellowed somewhat of late and now serves primarily to point people in the direction of free, legitimate download sources, rather than serving to directly attack other distribution channels. This is probably a result of the rise of low-cost streaming services, which have finally made music more accessible.

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