Thursday, December 06, 2007

Sesame Street's Gigantic Video Collection Now Online!

Sesame Workshop has launched a brand-spanking-new archive of hundreds of classic Sesame Street video clips at Video.SesameWorkshop.com. The site features the largest online collections of clips from the show. With segments, sketches and songs spanning the past 38 years, there is enough material here to keep Sesame fans entertained for quite a while.

The video collection is easy to search, full of all your favorite Sesame Street segments and is 100% free. So surf on over to Video.SesameWorkshop.com and enjoy hours upon hours of class Sesame Street fun – there is the "King of 8", tons of Kermit the Frog’s breaking Sesame Street News Flashes, Elmo's tricycle song, the Pinball Number Count, more than 100 Ernie and Bert bits, and so much more. There is something for everyone and tons to enjoy. Check out this exciting, comprehensive and amazing video archive today!

Go to the Videos Now!

4 comments:

Amanda D Allen said...

That's fantastic!

Gordon Robinson said...

That's very cool! But, how come there are so few clips of Kermit the Frog? Is this a Disney rights issue? Also, where's Roosevelt Franklin? He's all over Youtube.

Steve Swanson said...

I had the same question about Don Music, but I'm sure they'll probably be adding more content as time goes on. I gotta admit, though; for only being in existence a few days (today is 12/8/07), this is really awesome!

Vaughn Michael said...

I agree this is the coolest thing ever! I'd like to see this done with the muppets.