We've had about enough Google TV chat, and this week's podcast gets back to the fundamentals by kicking off with a quick look at the alleged death of big cable and pay TV. After that we bite into some ESPN 3D and Versus 3D news before celebrating one more series transitioning into high definition next year. Time Warner rolled out Look Back in a few more areas, so of course we had to mention that and our early experience with the FiOS RedZone iPad App. Wrapping things up is the Linksys Media Center Extender apocalypse that took place last weekend, The West Wing on HD VOD and our latest HD 101.

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

Producer: Trent Wolbe

00:04:30 - Big cable loses 500,000 subscribers in Q3, we neglect to send flowers
00:18:52 - ESPN World Cup viewing study indicates viewers enjoy 3D more, ESPN 3D is 'on course'
00:24:37 - Final ESPN 3D NCAAF games announced with a Tostitos Fiesta Bowl surprise
00:30:30 - Versus schedules first 3D broadcast: Oregon/Cal college football November 13th
00:33:15 - The Amazing Race finally goes HD next season
00:41:49 - Time Warner Cable rolling out Look Back service to the masses
00:49:23 - Hands-On with the unannounced Verizon FiOS RedZone iPad App
00:59:48 - Linksys Media Extenders suddenly stop working, did Cisco pull the plug?
01:04:57 - All seven seasons of The West Wing finally available in HD... but only online
01:11:17 - HD 101: What is local dimming?






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