The Hanna-Barbera Exposure Sheet was the studio's house organ. It was published from around 1967 (just after the studio's acquisition by Taft Broadcasting Company; its first issue featured this news prominently) until an unknown date. The newsletter essentially covered studio and employee news, and each issue included an essay by Messrs. Hanna and Barbera.

Its name comes from the essential tool of the animation director, used in planning camera shoots.

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