Date: Thu, 12 Dec 1996 12:53:09 -0800
From: "Kristine R. Brancolini" <email@example.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Re: Video Source Book
We have a standing order for this publication. I receive it annually.
MediaOne CD-ROM does not cover the same material. VSB covers both home
video and educational video. It purports to be video-in-print and
includes prices. It's a good source and I use it daily. However,
nothing is complete. I also have a standing order for _Bowker's Complete
Video Directory_, which is also annual and a similar source. I use it all
the time too and I'm amazed by what I find listed in one and not the other
reference book. I also buy the Bowker product on CD-ROM, but I rarely use
it. I don't see how anyone who buys video can get along without one or
both of these publications. When we say, "We've checked the usual
sources," that's what we mean, plus others...
Indiana University Libraries
On Thu, 12 Dec 1996, pmeans wrote:
> How good is this source book? How often is it published? The last
> source of any kind that I have purchased is the MediaOne CD-Rom and it
> is now, I believe, two years old. Any info is appreciated.
> Pat Means
> Educational Media Center
> Abell Library
> Austin College
> Sherman, TX
> ______________________________ Reply Separator _________________________________
> Subject: Re: Video Source Book
> Author: email@example.com at internet
> Date: 12/11/96 7:17 PM
> _Video Source Book_ is published by Gale. Address: Gale Research, 835
> Penobscot Bldg., Detroit, MI 48226-4049. 800 #: 877-GALE. The editor
> is Christopher Scanlon. You can email him: firstname.lastname@example.org. All of
> that came from the 1997 edition.
> Kristine Brancolini
> Indiana University Libraries
> On Wed, 11 Dec 1996 Rgoldfilm@aol.com wrote:
> > Can anybody tell me how to get ahold of Video Source Book, and also who to
> > contact to update info.? Thanks.
> > Rick Goldsmith