Engadget HD Podcast 328 - 12.11.2012

It's nearly time for CES 2013, and naturally we're already seeing teases for new products like a 110-inch 4K TV from Westinghouse and LG's first OLED HDTV breezing through the FCC. Just to keep things interesting, Apple CEO Tim Cook is talking TV, while Netflix is all over the news for a number of different reasons. We'll also dig into exactly what the FCC's set-top box IP interface requirement means, why the HDHomeRun Prime's DLNA feature is so interesting.

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

Producer: James Trew (@itstrew)

00:06:40 Barnes & Noble brings Nook Video to the UK, first to offer UltraViolet in the old country
00:12:00 Netflix 1080p streams no longer called X-High, company credits improved encodes
00:18:07 Sony PlayStation 3 claims top spot as Netflix streaming device of choice
00:23:45 Netflix signs licensing agreement with Disney, will be exclusive US subscription service for first-run films beginning in 2016
00:30:16 Redbox Instant debut delayed
00:34:08 Westinghouse teases 110-inch 4K LED TV, promises more details at CES
00:37:37 LG's first 55-inch OLED HDTV pops up in the FCC's database
00:39:11 Tim Cook changes tune, television now 'an area of intense interest'
00:45:40 FCC clarifies set-top box IP interface requirement and extends deadline to 2014
01:07:00 HDHomeRun Prime is the first CableCARD tuner to deliver live TV to DLNA Devices
01:16:57 Star Trek: TNG Season 3 Blu-ray trailer appears, PADD iOS app gets an update
01:21:27 Must See HDTV (December 10th - 18th)

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