Late 2006 and onward: Books about Hurricane Katrina begin to be published, and the first documentaries are produced. As you can see from the links below, new books are still being published. In addition, the New York Times recently published an article about the popularity of Hurricane Katrina as a subject for documentaries, and PBS aired a new documentary about the aftermath of the storm last year.
Books and documentaries are longer and more detailed than the other sources we've discussed so far. These works can take advantage of the research that has been published in journals; in fact, some of the earliest books published about an event may just be collections or expansions of articles written earlier in the cycle. Unlike scholarly journal articles, books and documentaries are often made to appeal to a more general audience.
Tip: To find videos instead of books, click Advanced Search, then click on the drop-down box by Video Recording and select ALL (or choose whether you just want DVDs or VHS tapes).