Talk:Multichannel television sound

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No info on modulation?[edit]

I'm missing nformation on the carriers used. The article mentions the L+R/L-R format, optional extra channelsand a pilot tone, but gives no information how the extra channels are actually carried: for example similar to FM radio or using SSB. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 217.19.29.156 (talk) 14:51, 17 January 2010 (UTC)

PBS Stereo Tags[edit]

PBS dosen't have it's own stereo tag. PBS stations often use stereo disclaimers during or after the opening sequence. For example:

On Reading Rainbow (began stereo episodes in 1984 part-time, full time in 1988) - the stereo tag appears after the "hosted by LEVAR BURTON" text fades out.

Sesame Street (began 1992) has theirs during a cold open segment. If there is no cold open segment, the stereo tag appears after the opening sequence. ACMEWikiNet (talk) 14:53, 21 February 2012 (UTC)