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  • [Other] Digital Disney RealAudio

    Hi There,

    I am trying to find the realaudio files from several "old school" Disney web sites that no longer exist.

    Urls in question:
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    The other web site entitled
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    Any help would be much appreciated. I'm building an archive of disney world audio files. I think that web site: DisneyWorld Channel had ResortTV files from either 1995-1999 era in realaudio/realmedia format. Also if anyone has realaudio/realvideo files from any other old Disney web sites from that era I would be interested. Maybe something could be arranged (trade). Thanks and I would appreciate any help.

    Mike

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    Re: Digital Disney RealAudio

    Hey, folks.

    MiceChat does not host threads in which there is a possibility of infringement of copyrights. While we are sure it was not the intent of the OP to break any copyright laws, threads like this often lead to folks suggesting sources which are not about making sure that the rights of the owners of such sounds and music are protected. For that reason, as a matter of course, such threads are routinely closed.

    The nuts and bolts of our policy are below for reference.

    Thanks for your understanding.

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