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January 2012[edit]

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Your edit about DVD releases on the soap opera article[edit]

Hi! In case, you you're wondering what happened to your edit about the DVD release, don't worry, it's still on the article. I have moved it from the "Decline" section to the general "Daytime serials" section.

Indeed, the absence of VHS/DVD release for soap operas is a consistent pattern that has always existed throughout the history of the genre. It is not something that is new, and thus, we cannot attribute this as a cause for the decline of the genre. That's why I have relocated this edit elsewhere on the article to a more suitable section. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me on my talk page.

Best regards! Farine (talk) 05:20, 26 January 2012 (UTC)