Monthly Archives: March 2010

The great untold story: Netflix is TV Everywhere!

Something very dramatic is going on and so far I have seen no good detailed reporting about it. Netflix is quietly becoming available on massive numbers of TV screens across the US and no one seems to be noticing. The … Continue reading

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In this digital age, what is a filmmaker?

Isn’t it curious in this age where more moving images get created and distributed digitally that there is this group of people who still call themselves “filmmakers”?¬† It seems a term that is so archaic, so analogue, so yesterday’s news. … Continue reading

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Sony announces SOS!

Today in the Wall Street Journal I saw that Sony has announced that it will soon be launching¬† a new media platform called Sony Online Service.¬† This service will offer TV shows, movies, songs and games to all its devices. … Continue reading

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Media and Technology–3 Headlines Say It All!

If you wanted to know about the state of media and technology today–look no further than these three headlines in the New York Times on 3.3.10. Disney and Cablevision Take ABC Fight Public Apple Sues HTC, Saying It Violated Touch-Screen … Continue reading

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