The NSD Update Video Hub is back, with more coverage of the Jan/Feb topic. We have also listened to the feedback from the latest NSD Update poll and have decided to bring you more rounds with complete RFDs and judge feedback, beginning with most (but not all) videos from the UPS Invitational and Northwest RR. Some videos will consequently be longer, but we think the improved ability to learn from the rounds offsets that length.

Previously-posted videos can be viewed off-site at the following locations.
Videos from the 2011 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2011.
Videos from the 2012 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2012.
Videos from all other channel collections can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/lddebate/channels.
Follow us on Twitter @LDDebateVideos for updates and news throughout the season.

The first featured round is the following: Andrew Glantz of Brentwood (CA) affirms against Colton Smith of Wenatchee (WA) in finals of the 2012 University of Puget Sound Invitational.
http://www.vimeo.com/34826492

The second featured round is the following: Sebastian Van Coevorden of Eastside Catholic (WA) affirms against Riley Giller of Loyola (CA) in R4 of the 2012 University of Puget Sound Invitational.
http://www.vimeo.com/34927162

The third featured round is the following: Connor Durkin of Tahoma (WA) affirms against Haley Brandt-Erichsen of Bainbridge (WA) in R6 of the 2012 Northwest Round Robin.
http://www.vimeo.com/34920129

The fourth featured round is the following: Nirel Marofsky of Sammamish (WA) affirms against Adam Bennett of Harvard-Westlake (CA) in R5 of the 2012 University of Puget Sound Invitational.
http://www.vimeo.com/34935502

For on-site navigation, we are premiering this scrollable archive that allows you to access all videos from the 2011-12 season without navigating to the hub itself. Simply select a video by flipping through the thumbnails of rounds, then click play to view. Clicking the title of the round (the text highlighted in blue) allows you to navigate to the hub if you wish to read the round’s description, add a comment, or download the file.