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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
officially began Monday August 6 on PBS. After you see the new episodes,
post here and let us know your thoughts.
Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Pig's Laundry, Oct 12, 2015.
Thanks. I couldn't find any on Dailymotion, so I had to use Google instead.
Now #3860 is gone as well. Both the Noggin/PBS verisons.
Just you wait and see. Eventually, all of the full Sesame Street episodes will be pulled.
Y'all better start saving your favorite videos. Its only a matter of time before they're all gone.
I have Google Photos bookmarked, so I will see them on there instead.
Forgive me if this has already been discussed on here, but there's something that's been on my mind for quite a while:
How come @Schfifty and Sesame Maniac/Hooperfan receiving countless copyright strikes and having their street scene videos deleted by SW, yet that Rohail Hashmi nuisance is still getting away with uploading FULL EPISODES which SW has already had a problem with for quite a while?
Probably cause his videos don't come up as easily when searched for. I recently uploaded "Good Morning, Morning" by Herry Monster and checked first to see if the full ending was intact. I then noticed a copy from Rohail oddly enough had been posted in 2014 (which, surprise, surprise, he just took from Sesamestreet.org).
How did Rohail download his videos from sesame street.org though? I download the youtube videos of my favorites from a site called Keepvid.
I don't know what he's used, but I used realplayer downloader.
There's another downloader called utorrent
BitTorrent is another one.
Just check my email this morning and oh boy.... this is seriously not good. I've received a copyright STRIKE from Sesame Workshop and #4034 was taken down. Not only that but a letter from Sesame Workshop themselves! The letter says, "Dear Youtube user,
We've noticed that you and a few others have uploaded Sesame Street content. If you want to upload any of our content you MUST get our permission first. Any of your deleted videos will be put on Dvds in the near future. If we catch you and or other Youtubers uploading our content without permission, you all accounts will be permanently disabled. I bid you all a good day."
Now I'm putting most of my uploads to private. I'm not finished yet but boy oh boy my heart dropped after reading that...
Setting your uploads as private won't help - YouTube's copyright system can still identify copyrighted material regardless of what the privacy settings of the video are.
That being said, are you sure about that email you got from Sesame Workshop? Doesn't sound too legit to me.
It's probably because people like you, Rohail and others who post actual full episodes why SW now has a stick up their *** about ANYTHING from them being posted online. The fact that TheOriginalTellyMonster got a copyright strike (and possibly Nanto as well from what it sounds like) from posting just segments alone pretty much says SW is now realizing how ungrateful some fans can be from not listening to their demands of no full episodes.
That email WAS from Sesame Workshop. 8 Months ago I've asked them a question about dishing out strikes and they finally responded.
I knew that would be coming.
Just the way it's worded sounds curious to me.
Yeah, i'm with Snowth here. Usually when companies (including SW) issue emails answering questions, or giving warnings, the wording is usually a bit more distant and formal. Plus, there's a lot of typos.
Why don't you just take a screenshot of the email and show it here?
Separate names with a comma.