Wow. The same company that released some 90s Nicktoons to DVD. Anyway, let's hope Shout Factory doesn't put their bloody claws on the clips.I came across Muppet wiki this morning. It said Sesame Street ended it's partnership with Warner Home Video and will now be partners with Shout Factory
That would explain a lotWow. The same company that released some 90s Nicktoons to DVD. Anyway, let's hope Shout Factory doesn't put their bloody claws on the clips.
BTW Someone told me that YouTube's content ID system is broken and not working properly. I'm assuming it was some malfunction with the content IDs that got the Sesame Street clips mistakenly blocked by WMG.
Coming from my own experience with what I've learned about them, I think they'd only take down full episodes as they've done with certain Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes (I haven't seen them take down individual clips of host segments or bits and pieces from theater clips, nor have I seen them take down individual clips of old Nick cartoons).Anyway, let's hope Shout Factory doesn't put their bloody claws on the clips.
Since AT&T's subsidiary no longer has ownership over the videos, you can file a counter notification using the form by clicking on "Submit Counter Notification" if the video is taken down and not blocked. If it's blocked by it, you can dispute the claim if it's still listed on the claimants list.WMG took down a handful of my stuff; Learning About Letters, The Best of Kermit on SST (which is somehow back up), Bedtime Stories and Songs. Mostly just home video releases.