This week we've got a fresh set of video apps for the Xbox 360, including Comcast Xfinity TV, HBO Go and MLB.tv. In a bit of a throwback session, we've also got some discussion concerning Windows Media Center (both in Windows 8 and the upcoming Ceton Q), Kaleidescape and even our old friend tru2way checking in from the Great White North. After that we've got some businessy news to take care of and a quick heads up for HDTV shoppers before we talk about what we've been watching (hint: Lilyhammer.)
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00:11:25 - Xbox 360 apps now live for Comcast Xfinity TV, HBO Go and MLB.tv
00:25:00 - Ceton's Q DVR companion app for Windows Phone gets detailed tour
00:29:48 - Media Center to live in a separate version of Windows 8?
00:36:45 - Kaleidescape DVD servers granted a temporary stay
00:42:53 - Seas0npass tethered jailbreak now available for Apple TV 2s running iOS 5.1
00:44:38 - Tribune stations nationwide including WGN America go dark on DirecTV
00:47:05 - Verizon's CEO has a plan for wireless pay-TV, if the government will allow it
00:50:00 - Canada's Videotron finally delivers tru2way-based illico TV HD DVRs
00:53:15 - DirecTV's latest HD interface comes to the five tuner HR34 DVR
00:54:00 - Samsung Display spinoff officially launches as 'the world's largest display manufacturer'
00:58:15 - Flat-panel TV shipments to fall for the first time ever in 2012?
01:00:30 - PSA: Real LCD HDTV refresh rates are getting harder to find behind marketing fluff
01:06:00 - Must See HDTV (April 2nd - April 8th)