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I am not sure that the links you have posted to various videos from the Museum of Broadcast Communications are authorized. (such as on the BJ & Dirty Dragon Show page, Ray Rayner Show page, et al) The MBC requires users to log in to their archives with a verified e-mail address and password in order to search for or view clips which they have provided to their members online. It says right on the MBC archives page, "A quick registration is required for access". These "MMS" links you are using, to a specific IP address and port number are not authorized links through the Museum.TV website but instead appears to be a "backdoor" way to circumvent the streaming protection set up by their security company Cleversafe. I think you should remove them and not post any more links to MBC assets unless they are officially authorized links. These direct links to videos with the Cleversafe secuirty omitted make them more vulnerable to piracy and downloading. Thank you. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 03:53, 17 March 2011 (UTC)
Here's the link to the landing page for all the videos-it's on the Museum of Broadcast Communications' website: