Copyright Industry's Abusive Relationship

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Copyright Industry's Abusive Relationship
Number 53
Broadcast Date November 30, 2011
Episode Length 1:15:46
Hosts Tom Merritt, Brian Brushwood, Casey McKinnon

Online Video watching at record high, steal Elvis Costello's album? Muppets reign supreme, and more.


Opening Video

The Sith who Stole Christmas

The Big Story

U.S. online video watching reaches record high in October, with 42.6 billion videos viewed. 1

Another Big Story

Elvis Costello recommends buying a Luis Armstrong boxset instead of his own and sparks a discussion of piracy. 1


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Film Falm

  • Sony 4K home cinema projector coming in January for £18,000. 1
  • HDCP cracked using $250 of gear and a lot of talent. 1
  • YouTube expands movie service with Disney films. 1

Winter Movie Draft

  • (1) Brian - $301,119,512
  • (2) Tom - $223,357,778
  • (3) Justin - $177,535,124
  • (4) Glenn - $123,095,769
  • (5) Sarah - $28,909,089

Tube Tops

  • Verizon FiOS customers can now sign up for new Xbox 360 service, will let you control live TV with your hands. 1
  • Apple’s iTV could have a sharp picture. 1
  • Lenovo trudging into the smart TV arena, plans LeTV launch in Q1 2012. 1


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What We're Watching


  • The Muppets
  • Walking Dead


  • Walking Dead


  • The Muppets
  • Melancholia
  • Haywire
  • New Girl



  • Barry poses a theoretical cord-cutting money allotment challenge for Tom and Brian.
  • Sandy asks if solves any of Brian's concerns with curated content for his children.

The Spoiler Zone

Casey and the boys talk The Walking Dead.

Great Quotes

"This was an orgy of depression." - Casey

Fun Facts



Preceded by:
"Aliens On Ice"
Copyright Industry's Abusive Relationship
Followed by:
"Dr. Who's Wrong?"