Engadget HD Podcast 339 - 03.05.2013

Now that Cablevision is actually suing Viacom over channel bundling, is there a chance that major changes are coming to the pay-TV landscape? We're not entirely optimistic, and most regular listeners may already understand why but we'll lay out the obstacles as they stand (spoiler: money). Still, progress marches on with new developments from YouTube and DirecTV apparently getting ready for its inevitable 4K channels. We also take a look at F1's first 3D broadcast just as LG starts shipping its... unique new laser projector.

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

Producer: James Trew (@itstrew)

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00:05:32 Cablevision files antitrust suit against Viacom over programming bundling
00:18:32 Amazon corrals FX's Justified to exclusive Prime Instant Video deal
00:21:38 Xbox 360's first exclusive movie, Pulp, launches today
00:25:18 Hulu part-owners Disney, News Corp. reportedly discuss buying each other out
00:29:03 TMN Go launches on iOS and the web, brings HBO Go-style experience to Canadians
00:32:14 YouTube for iOS adds send-to-TV pairing, lets you skip the media hub
00:41:16 DirecTV scores a batch of 4K TV trademarks, content remains a pie in the sky
00:42:49 Telefonica shows off streaming 4K video on home fiber
00:43:58 Sky broadcasts Barcelona Grand Prix testing in 3D, we go take a look
00:47:35 LG Cinema Beam short-throw laser projector and 100-inch screen released in Korea
00:00:00 Premier League adopts goal-line tech, puts armchair pundits in tailspin
00:00:00 Must See HDTV (March 4th - March 10th)

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