It took an extra day, but we've got new Engadget HD podcast for you covering DVR news from such luminaries as Whiteman Technologies, Dish Network and TiVo. Of course, they're not the only ones busy over the last few days as Cablevision and Time Warner Cable added new wrinkle to their IPTV offerings and DirecTV brings the DVR to hotels. On the business end of things we've got quarterly numbers from Netflix, Verizon and AT&T, while DTS and SRS Labs are getting together to do... something.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:25:45 - Dish adds Pandora to Hopper Whole-Home DVR system
00:34:43 - TiVo quietly rebrands the Premiere Elite DVR as the Premier XL4 under cover of darkness
00:36:20 - Cablevision's Optimum Online live TV streaming now available on Windows and Mac
00:38:07 - Time Warner Cable brings ESPN, Fox and Turner sports live streaming to apps, website
00:39:53 - DirecTV DVRs available in over 100 hotels, never miss the restaurant opening times again
00:45:00 - DirecTV drops NFL Sunday Ticket price for current subscribers
00:50:21 - Netflix Q1 results: 3 million new streaming subscribers worldwide, record viewing hours
00:56:21 - Verizon's vitals: quarterly revenue up five percent to $28 billion, earnings of $1.7 billion
00:58:45 - Google TV's TV and Movies app gets to know you better with ratings, favorites and more
01:04:30 - DTS and SRS Labs to combine into one big happy family
01:07:40 - Must See HDTV (April 23rd - 29th)
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