Dr. Who's Wrong?

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Copyright Industry's Abusive Relationship
Number 54
Broadcast Date December 6, 2011
Episode Length 1:14:08
Hosts Tom Merritt, Brian Brushwood

HBO shatters cord cutter's dreams, Verizon planning Netflix competitor, Dr. Who debate for the ages, and more.

Contents

Contents

Opening Video

ELF SABERS

The Big Story

HBO says GTFO to cord cutters! 1

Another Big Story

Time Warner’s Bewkes says, "Netflix is our friend". 1

Yet Another Big Story

Netflix CEO compares company to Bank of America and Oakland A’s. 1

Ford

Go to Ford.com/technology to learn more about Ford Sync and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Film Falm

  • Lovefilm kills Flash for movie streaming, switches to Silverlight. 1 2
  • Moffatt says no Doctor Who film yet ... but if there was one, it'd be British. 1
  • Unseen Empire Strikes Back Storyboards Detailing the Battle of Hoth! 1

Winter Movie Draft

  • (1) Brian - $329,356,289
  • (2) Tom - $248,073,698
  • (3) Justin - $193,563,931
  • (4) Glenn - $135,308,381
  • (5) Sarah - $38,657,814

Audible

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Tube Tops

  • Fanhattan adds popular new services. 1
  • BBC brings global iPlayer iPad app to Canada, one step closer to the US. 1
  • Forget smart TV, is ‘dumb TV’ the next big thing? 1
  • The Walking Dead is named the highest-rated cable drama. 1
  • Xbox Live dashboard update. 1
  • Breaking Bad happened in real life. 1

What We're Watching

Brian

  • Frosty The Snowman and Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer stop-motion animation movies
  • Modern Family
  • Larry Crowne
  • Suburgatory
  • Into The Universe with Stephen Hawking
  • Spaced

Tom

  • Downton Abbey
  • Neverland

Interferon

  • Swiss gov't study: downloading leads to sales, so we're keeping it legal. 1
  • YouTube redesigns around “channels” strategy. 1
  • How to boost web video traffic: lose a CBS News deal. 1

Feedback

  • Derrick Chen writes in describing how online marketing is reaching cpms (and in some instances exceeding) of live television.
  • Rob Maxwell asks for an aggregating service to group all of the options for consuming his media.

Great Quotes

Fun Facts

YouTube

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"Copyright Industry's Abusive Relationship"
Dr. Who's Wrong?
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