This week's podcast runs a little longer than normal, but only because we've got so much to discuss. From Ben's review to the new Dish Hopper whole-home DVR to the latest Windows Media Center news from Ceton. There's a little bit of everything also, from talk of high-framerate 3D to Dolby's new Atmos surround sound setups, and even a juicy rumor about where TWC TV will touch down next. Just in case that's not enough, we pause to consider a future full of 145-inch 8K plasma TVs. Press play and come dream along with us.
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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)
Producer: Trent Wolbe
00:18:00 - Dish Hopper whole-home DVR review
00:37:30 - Ceton's Media Center mobile apps are for all, app and Echo extender beta signups open now
00:45:15 - Peter Jackson unfazed by 'Hobbit' footage pushback, but will stick to 24 fps for trailers
00:59:00 - Dolby's Atmos technology gives new meaning to surround sound, death from above
01:01:25 - Time Warner Cable is preparing for TWC TV IPTV streaming on Roku boxes
01:03:43 - Reuters: Apple in talks to stream films owned by Epix, no deal expected before September
01:04:50 - DirecTV Everywhere brings streaming movies, TV shows to Android right now, iPhone keeps waiting
01:07:13 - Panasonic teams up with NHK on 145-inch 8K Super Hi-Vision plasma TV
01:10:30 - Samsung's Q1 2012 profits nearly double year-over-year on higher margins for TVs and phones
01:11:00 - LG's Q1 2012 earnings show greater profits on strong TV, phone sales
01:12:43 - Sky considering launching Sky Sports 3D, one channel too small for three dimensions
01:13:50 - Star Trek: The Next Generation Season One Blu-ray beams down July 24th
01:17:50 - Must See HDTV (April 30th - May 6th)
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