Me too! Since around the time of Old School Vol. 2 I've noticed that none of the 1980s News segments have been released commercially. The closest we've gotten to a 1980s segment on DVD is "Foot Snuggies" from the 1979-1980 season, depending on whether you consider that part of the 1970s or 1980s. I expect all of the Newsflash segments to be story segments, since this is themed around stories. I don't expect any Don Music or Dr. Nobel Price. It won't surprise me if one of the "Three Little Pigs" newsflash segments are included. Is it just me or does Sesame Workshop seem to be avoiding the use of the term "Sesame Street News" in print form? The "Old School" and 40th anniversary DVDs list them as "Kermit News", and the cover refers to them as "Muppet News Flash" (c'mon, SW, that's the titel of the news segments from The Muppet Show, geez....). Sesamestreet.org refers to them as either "Kermit News" or "News" (though some of them- Alice in Wonderland, George Washington's Father, all the Don Music sketches - don't have a prefix). I think the Sesame Street Hulu channel also uses the term Muppet News Flash on some of the sketch titles (though "Kermit News" is also used). Here's hoping that the majority of future Sesame Street DVD releases from Warner Home Video (and beyond) are like this. C is for Cookie Monster was also a great release, and Iron Monster (despite having no classic content) looks like a good release (I haven't checked that one out yet).