What are you trying to do? To replace video that's embedded in the same way as an image, you have to reupload your video over it, just as you would with an image (and there may be a delay). Or upload it on your own and change the file name, again as you would when replacing an image.
If you haven't tried uploading your video yet, it won't happen. It's different from just changing a URL.
Great addition, Julian! I'm not sure if you're seeing your wall, but in addition to some other notes below (I've been adding some fun German stuff, I keep running into supporting players on Tatort, including two recurring back-up players to the leading komissar, and of course, there was Klaus Höhne), I'm trying to figure out the timeline for Harald Halgardt transitioning to Peter Kirchberger as Graf Zahl, should you see this.
Just found the Season 4 and 5 episodes of "Die Muppet Show" in German below. However, the site is blocked in the US, so do you think you can take a look at it and add more to the "broadcast order" section?
Hey, since you're one of the Sesamstrasse experts around here, this fan club site has a bunch of info on the guest stars they've had through the years. I was thinking you, or someone else, might want to tackle adding pages for the ones we don't have yet.
No, we don't. I found it a while ago, but didn't ever know where to feature it. Berlin would be a contender, and there's lots on here to add to an article about the city (Adidas, Die Muppets promotion, NRJ and Verleihung der Goldenen Kamera to name a few), but I just haven't found the time yet. In order to not forget about the event, I decided to at least add it to the timeline. Feel free to go for it though, or to specifically create an article for the event!?!
Hey Scott, I went through old stuff, and found this thread.
It's all covered on the Berlin-page by now, including Kermit's "Dies ist ein kleiner Schritt für einen Frosch, aber ein großer Sprung für die Froschheit." ("This is one small step for a frog, but one giant leap for frogkind.") So, feel free to spruce up Neil Armstrong's page the way you intended! :)
Thanks for the corrections and additions (I wondered why the title suggested hoerspiele, but should have guessed; many US or UK magazines went through similar changes but just added "and TV" and eventually dropped radio, save Radio Times, which while more TV heavy, still has enough to cover on the former).