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Episode Guide

225

March 17th, 2011

Did Steve Jobs Kill Music?

Arianna Huffington is a pirate, the rest of the world are pirates. And according to Jon Bon Jovi, Apple ruined everything for everyone.
 
224

March 4th, 2011

Down on the Content Farm

Who watched The Oscars and Who Tweeted? Google Changes Their Search Results. Will Content Farms Suffer? And is the US Government using Social Media for Propaganda?
 
223

February 24th, 2011

A Big Bite from Apple

Apple subscribes to Profit. Big Media subscribes to Social Media. And it turns out Hitler was a big fan of 3D.
 
222

February 18th, 2011

You Say You Want a Revolution

Arianna Huffington declares her last act. MPEG declares the need for royalty-free video. Sony declares iTunes is holding them hostage. Egypt is overthrown by Al Jazeera.
 
221

February 3rd, 2011

Kill Switch

Egypt and the Arab World feel the force of the Internet, Canada starts to make it more expensive, and Pepsi uses some of its dollars for social good driven from social media.
 
220

January 28th, 2011

Media Death Watch

Indie bookstores look for their niche. Kevin Smith looks for indie distribution. And 3D gives Daisy a great big headache.
 
219

January 21st, 2011

What Happened To MySpace?

What went wrong with MySpace? What was Google thinking? And what will retailers do when they realize they don't need the press?
 

This Week in Media

Each week Alex Lindsay and other experts in content creation and the media get together to discuss the week's developments. If you want to know why movies cost so much, why HD DVD is having trouble getting off the ground, or how the special effects were created for the latest Hollywood Blockbuster this is the show for you. Usually released weekly.
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May 25th, 2011

Streaming Arena

Alex Lindsay

Facebook's p.r. move against Google bombs. YouTube gives Netflix the jitters. And why music duo Pomplamoose doesn't need no stinkin' label!