You could just generalize it as "Correspondence with Jessica Max Stein and Pam Arciero" in your reference, or you could be specific if you have a record of it.
(e.g. Email correspondence from [X] to [your name], [date])
“I've recently been cast as Ernie(!) However, when the new Sesame shows begin airing this fall, it'll be Billy's Ernie you'll be seeing. So far, I've only done the Chrysler spots, but I'm excited to be doing more!”
Hi Joe. We had previously discussed the topic of noting background puppeteers for major characters in things like the Sesame Workshop gala on this thread. Feel free to add your thoughts to the thread if you'd like, but in the case of character pages, noting one-time puppeteers when it's only a background performance isn't as essential as noting a speaking part or a recast. Thanks!
Hi Joe, please don't replace images with screenshots that have been blown up beyond the native size of the video. For example, there's no source in which File:Prairie&OinkerSisters.jpg would measure 1,162 pixels across -- it's been stretched out enormously, and the result is a blurry, washed out image. With the exception of Blu-ray, video screenshots would not exceed 640 or 720 pixels across. I understand that the shot you're replacing has a logo, but it's still better quality than the blown-up version. Thanks!
OK! Terribly sorry about all the inconveniences. It was odd, since I used a HQ source - my method is usually to take a full-screen screencap and crop it,but it might be bad for low-res images, so I'll try another method.
Hi Joe, again, please don't replace images with screenshots that have been blown up beyond the native size of the video. There is no possible source that would provide a 1188×898 screenshot of a classic Sesame Street segment. Please don't try other methods; stretching them out does not retain or improve their quality.
I found this Sesame Park episode in YouTube and was wondering if you were aware about it. Maybe it's high time that a Sesame Park episode should have an episode guide. I'm not Canadian but since you're into international Sesame Street, you were probably searching a Sesame Park episode for years and at some point, you gave up.