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‚Äôt 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‚Äôs 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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