The Google TV took the internet by storm this week and our podcast is no different, in fact we dedicate over half the show to it where we cover what we love, what is ok, and what down right stinks. Picking up from there we go on to the Apple TV and Netflix news before we talk home media revenues in general. We close things up talking about two common show topics like CableCARD and the NFL on Blu-ray

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)

Producer: Trent Wolbe

00:15:20 - Television networks block Google TV from accessing web-based content
00:25:07 - Logitech Revue with Google TV torn down, netbook specs found within
00:30:50 - Remote control app for Logitech Revue hits the Android Market
00:32:25 - YouTube Leanback officially launches with Google TV
00:41:30 - Poll: Do you want a web browser on your TV?
00:50:43 - Apple TV now jailbreakable with PwnageTool 4.1
00:53:20 - Netflix 'now primarily a streaming company,' could offer DVD-less plan this year
00:56:20 - Netflix testing $7.99 and $8.99 streaming-only plans
00:58:57 - Report: Twenty percent of peak downstream Internet used for Netflix?
01:00:25 - Hulu Plus dropping to $4.95 per month? That's what she said.
01:02:13 - Digital distribution up this quarter, everything else, not so much
01:09:30 - Verizon FiOS TV finally getting tough on CableCARD users
01:16:25 - Ultimate NFL Blu-ray review




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