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Since when does WMG own Sesame Street?

Fozzieboba

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No idea, bud. I highly believe since it's Sesame Workshop's stuff, they'll probably be blocked forever. The best thing you gotta do is get USB flash drive sticks and download 'em before they're gone. If you've missed out on your chance for the episodes from before, sorry.
I have a Google Drive account and can save the episodes I like.
 

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Every time there is a clip that I have wanted for a LONG time I immediately add it to a flash drive. I will never forgive myself for not adding the special "Big Bird's Birthday or Let Me Eat Cake" since it was deleted
I have that episode saved if you're interested.
 

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Thank You so much, I think I'll save this just in case something happens
If anyone is wondering if they own the rights to the music, they do. According to the wiki, they also own records of songs from the 1970s and 1980s. Didn't Warner also make an agreement 10 years ago with Sesame Workshop on certain video or musical content distributions?
 
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