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According to a report by Variety, tomorrow Hulu will announce that it has won the bidding war for streaming rights to the Seinfeld series. The deal is said to be worth nearly $1 million per episode (a WSJ rumor puts the figure at about $700k per ep), adding up to some $180 million or so, enough to...

April 28th 2015 at 11:38pm 0 Comments
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A long long time ago, I wrote about community resources for Runes of Magic. In that article is a handy resource that gathers collected data from RoM called the buffed database. Key personnel from buffed.de started a new venture called Playata to provide content services to game publishers. The poin...

September 27th 2010 at 6:00pm 0 Comments
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Behind the scenes of Live With Regis and Kelly's HD upgrade will be a new high definition control room, plus new HDTV studio and handheld cams. Not getting replaced for the resolution bump? The set, unlike Entertainment Tonight's new digs Broadcasting & Cable reports Live is just throwing a fres...

November 25th 2008 at 6:04pm 0 Comments
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Arriving as a spinoff of the InteractiveDad.com online magazine, Interactive Dad TV positions itself as a syndicated news segment, produced in HD, with news stories aimed at fathers between 24-54 years old. Sure there's plenty of parenting content on most local news stations already, but according t...

April 2nd 2008 at 3:52am 0 Comments
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Now that HD has been around for some time, we're seeing more and more reruns of HD shows (the industry calls reruns syndication). Just because a show wasn't originally presented in HD doesn't mean it can't be syndicated in HD, as we've seen with Seinfeld and more recently Star Trek: Enterprise. Unf...

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Starting on March 27th Sony will start to syndicate HD versions of some of the most popular syndicated shows on Television, including Seinfeld, Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune. Syndicated shows are one of the last to go HD mostly because of the challenges involved in distributing the content. Unlike m...

March 21st 2006 at 8:00pm 0 Comments