This should not be a disambiguation page; it's not like the links all deal with essentially different meanings of the word "syndication". Instead, this page should talk about those aspects of syndication that are common to all forms. I will try to write something in this fashion, based on the existing articles, later today, but I may not have time; if you're reading this message on a date after the one stamped in my signature, then I probably won't get to this myself. (Sorry!) -- Toby Bartels 19:21, 7 Aug 2004 (UTC)
OK, I've done this, but the article isn't very good. There wasn't much on the individual pages about syndication in general (which explains how it got split up), but at least there's a place to put such material. If nothing else, we should have information on the historical spread of syndication to new media and comparisons of syndication practices between various media -- but somebody else will have to write that, since I don't know it. -- Toby Bartels 21:02, 7 Aug 2004 (UTC)
Print Syndication redirects back here.
Radio syndication redirects here, probably not necessary to wikilink it until it is a real article. Otherwise it could result in someone disambiguating an article to a redirect that points back to the original disambig page. That would be a big waste of time. --Dual Freq 12:22, 19 December 2005 (UTC)
I've removed the radio link again, I'm not sure I understand the point of wikilinking to a redirect page that points back to the same page. Better off waiting until it is an independent page. This can cause people to disambiguate pages to the redirect page, just making a mess for someone else to fix later. --Dual Freq 01:21, 1 January 2006 (UTC)
Radio Syndication is now a section of Broadcast syndication, so I made it link there... Dj stone 03:31, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
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