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December 1st, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 75: What... no cigars?

iTunes sees "Purple Violets", Libraries see red over Wikipedia, Beowulf sees in 3d, and RIAA is still screwed. But Nine Inch Nails rules.

November 18th, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 74: Scrambled Eggs or Omlettes

Moby goes free, more Theaters go Digital, and Sony adds more cameras to the cameras they haven't even shipped yet.

November 7th, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 73: Mmmmm.... cake!

Writers go on strike, NBC goes Hulu, Blockbuster goes bust, and HD DVD goes out for 98 bucks.

October 21st, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 72: Ninja sees Red

Red camera goes live, writers go on strike, musicians go independent and we go Ninja.

September 30th, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 71: Doug's Thing

Live from PME! Talking about Verizon, Apple and Doug's Thing

September 17th, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 70: Angry John

New DVD formats, Apple has some Logic, Hulu will sue you, and Vudu is guru.

September 7th, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 69: Safe

NBC goes Amazon, iTunes rumors after the fact, is Podcasting dead and Alex has new ring tones.
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November 18th, 2007

this WEEK in MEDIA 74: Scrambled Eggs or Omlettes

Hosts: Alex Lindsay, John Foster, Kenji Kato, Craig Syverson

Why we Fight video on the Writers strike

Words that Go with that video.

Marvel Comics go online and Wired writes about it.

The RIAA wants to pull federal funding for schools.

Radiohead has the real data and surprise it is different from what people were guessing.

You can use Moby's music

Avid out of NAB 2008

Sony Camera News
HVR-Z7U (handheld), HVR-S270U (shoulder-mount) and the HVR-M35U playback and recording deck. A edit deck cheaper (but not by much) than the camera, that's a new move for sony.

RED releases Redcine, native FCP support,Final Cut Studio 2 REDCODE Plugin, Red QT codec and more.

90,000 HD DVD players sold in one weekend

2B pictures on Flickr

Band that John could not remember was called Operator Please singing a song about Ping Pong.

untalked about but mentioned stories

Does opening the Cable market even matter now?

Rebuilding Hollywood in the image of Silicon Valley

Miro is 1.0

Swarming is a natural state of animals

It's the end of advertising as we know it...

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