Talk:Videodisc

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References section[edit]

My apologies—I forgot I was working on the Videodisc article, and not the SelectaVision one.  :-P I'll fix it later, as I'm too tired right now. I will note (again) that it was a word-for-word copy from here: http://www.ericfacility.net/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed270103.html

The above referenced article is a public domain article produced by the US government. It is OK to copy it here. LarryQ 13:58, 10 January 2007 (UTC)

General Article Question[edit]

What do the dates next to the format names signify? They don't appear to be the date of invention, and they're certainly not the date of public release of the first players or media. They're not labeled, so I can't hazard a guess. Here are a couple of online references for RCA SelectaVision and MCA DiscoVision. (Rename the links if you use them as references.)

I think that mentions of Video CD & Movie CD formats should be removed from this article.[edit]

Look subj.