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10 March 2009

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Amanda Raab

I think you guys have created unnecessary confusion here.

A Made-for-TV Movie is still a television program. Your note for 791.45 includes works considered both episodic series and dramatic/entertainment 'programs'(presumably a one-time only broadcast). A Made-for-TV Movie is just that: a dramatic/entertainment program.

And if one goes to IMDB and sees that they too consider a Made-for-TV Movie a television program, wouldn't it be intuitive to class it as a television program rather than a motion picture?

Doreen

Can I get clarification on what a "single" program, classed as 791.4572, means? Does “single” mean a single episode of, say, Saturday Night Live? Does it mean a single season? Or a disc that might have the best of seasons 1, 2 and 3?

Does “two or more programs,” classed as 791.4575 mean multiple episodes/seasons of a single program (like SNL) or does it mean a compilation of different shows (maybe clips from great comedy shows like Carol Burnett, Red Skelton, DNL, all in one disc)?

gaia gold

Can I get clarification on what a "single" program, classed as 791.4572, means? Does “single” mean a single episode of, say, Saturday Night Live? Does it mean a single season? Or a disc that might have the best of seasons 1, 2 and 3?

Carrie Dawson

How would you classify audio books of Shakespeare's comedies, histories, tragedies, and romances?

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