Here are a few links to some sites you should check out.
This is a comprehensive page with links to lots of webpages devoted to nearly every soap, both past and present and daytime and nighttime.
Soap Opera Central at http://www.soapcentral.com
Soap City at http://www.soapcity.com.
Classic Soap Operas Discussion Forum—This website can be found at the following new address: http://www.fornowandforever.com/soapforum/index.php.
Also, visit the following network daytime sites:
CBS Daytime at http://www.cbs.com/daytime
NBC Daytime at http://www.nbc.com/daytime.html
This is a general television music site with theme songs from numerous daytime and primetime shows.
This site lists lots of information about the theme music of early television programs from the 1940s through 1963.
The Opening Credits Squad--A Yahoo! Club
Unfortunately, this club seems to have disbanded as of March 2002.
The Television Title Card Showcase Page at http://members.fortunecity.com/teamfx2000/television/television.htm. This page shows a variety of opening and closing titles cards from all kinds of television shows.
TVThemesOnline.com--Find it at http://www.tvthemesonline.com. This has many of the same themes as Brian's World of Soap Opera Themes, ThemesOnline and the 80s TV Theme Supersite, but in the Windows Media Player format.
Film Music Society at http://www.filmmusicsociety.org
American Theatre Organ Society at http://www.atos.org
Score Productions at http://www.scoreproductions.com
BMI at http://bmi.com
A United States Patents and Trademarks Search site can be found at http://www.uspto.gov.
I’ve just found another Filmation fan page, Jim’s Unofficial Filmation Home Page, which is at http://www.geocities.com/sshumsuper7fan78/JimsFilmationpage.htm.
Toon Tracker at http://www2.wi.net/~rkurer/
TV Party at http://tvparty.com
TV's Greatest Hits at http://www.tvsgreatesthits.com
TVClassics.com, which is the official website of Paul Browstein Productions, a distributor of past television musical/variety shows. The address is http://www.tvclassics.com.
Game Show Network website at http://www.spe.sony.com/gsn/.
Game Shows '75, a tribute to game shows that aired on television in 1975, can be found at http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Bungalow/2827/gameshow.html.
DeeT's 70s Page at http://www.rt66.com/dthomas/70s.
Page of Summers Past: Long Island's Lost Day Camps--As a Long Island, New York, resident, I felt a need for an unofficial history of Long Island's now-defunct summer day camps. Therefore, this is for you soap fans or other visitors who may have gone to or worked as a counselor at a Long Island day camp that is no longer in business.
My Long Island Memories and More-- In the coming months, I plan to include on that site Long Island High School football and basketball uniform histories, information about my picture-taking projects around Long Island, and unofficial histories of Long Island high school sports on television. I will also have a mini history of the now-defunct television station WSNL (Channel 67).
Queens of the Gridiron: the Women and Girls of Tackle Football--With a growing number of high school girls playing tackle football, the time has come for this web page. I also invite you to visit its companion site, Princesses of the Gridiron: the Girls of Tackle Football. Please note the new address: http://www.angelfire.com/sports/womenfootball.
I have changed the address of my Tape Trading Page. You can now find it at http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Studio/5185/tapetrade/tapetrade.html.