** Please check out these recommended links: @ 20 July 2015 11:48 AM

Disney Music Emporium
The official site for the everyone who loves the very best of Disney music and recordings in the classic mold, with behind-the-scenes news, regular features by Disney historian, a monthly "Record Roundup" and exclusive offers on musical collectibles.

Official Disney Music Site
The official site for the latest Walt Disney, Hollywood and Buena Vista Records soundtrack and pop releases plus interactive activities and special features.

Bill Morgan's Disneyland Records Site
The closest an unofficial classic Disney vinyl records site comes to an official one. Instead of selling or giving away pirate downloads, it links to the many vintage Disney records on iTunes that many folks may not realize are available, plus extensive catalog listings, history and even who is auctioning what on eBay.

Jerry Beck's Cartoon Research
Animation historians offer regular features, articles, videos and rare images. Every Tuesday, please look for my "Animation Spin" feature exploring animation-related records from Disney, Hanna-Barbera, Rankin/Bass, Filmation, Warner Bros, Lantz and many others.

Didier Ghez's Disney History Blog

Renowned historian Didier Ghez (editor of the "Walt's People" series) shares interesting discoveries about Disney history, vintage Disneyana, Disney artwork, the Walt's People book series, and new books about Disney.

Jerry Beck's Animation Scoop
Indiewire's official animation site, offering reviews, industry news, preview, film critiques and DVD reviews.

Official Disney Parks Blog
The official site for Walt Disney World, Disneyland and all other Disney destinations. I provide regular articles with interesting facts, interviews and commentary
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Ed Robertson's TV Confidential
One of syndicated radio's most informative and insightful syndicated weekly programs. Host Ed Robertson presents celebrity interviews of today and yesterday, "This week in TV History", rare audio of TV moments lost on video forever. I do  regular DVD reviews about the latest releases plus some DVDs folks might have overlooked when they were released. Each show appears a week after its broadcast on iTunes as a podcast.

Stu Shostak's Stu's Show / Jeanine Kasun's Baby Boomer Favorites
The ultimate talk show for lovers of classic TV and animation, with one-of-a-kind interviews from TV's greatest classics. Stu Shostak hosts these lively shows every week for live streaming at 7 pm Eastern / 4 pm Pacific, so listeners can email questions. Every show is archive for download at only 99 cents. Baby Boomer Favorites is a bi-weekly hour of music and talk from rock and pop's heyday, with celebrity guests sharing their personal favorites. (You can only download this show within the two-week window.)

Mark Evanier's News from Me
One of my everyday blog visits, this is an indispensable blog all about movies, TV, animation, theater, news and politics. Also raccoons. Mark wrote for animation, primetime and has a talent for storytelling, whether it's about the famous or the familial.

By Ken Levine
Multi-Emmy-winning writer/director of such landmarks as M*A*S*H, Cheers and Frasier generously shares his knowledge of writing for TV, backstage stories, reviews and generally engrossing reading that is also a daily click for me.

University Press of Mississippi
Find award-winning books, pop-culture bios, author works, art collection books and socio-political titles.

Hans Perk's A. Film LA
Acclaimed animator Hans Perk presents fascinating images, insights and information about Disney art and history.


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