Engadget HD Podcast 354 - 06.18.13

Joe Pollicino
J. Pollicino|06.19.13

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Engadget HD Podcast 354 - 06.18.13

The E3 and WWDC news surges have finally calmed, so now we're back into the normal weekly groove. This week, Ben details his time using an Oculus Rift to watch recorded video and Richard attempts to ride out E3 as long as possible with our roundup. All that and more is ready to stream straight to your ears below.

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

Producer: Joe Pollicino (@akaTRENT)

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07:26 - ESPN 3D to shut down citing 'limited viewer adoption', makes room for 4K sports
17:07 - ESPN launches more second screen coverage with golf's US Open
19:51 - Next3D's plan to bring recorded video to the Oculus Rift HD
31:39 - E3 2013 roundup: Xbox One, PS4 and more from the big show
35:20 - MTV iOS app relaunched with full-episode streaming, more video content
36:28 - Netflix streaming user profiles to launch this summer, make account sharing easier
39:18 - Netflix signs up Dreamworks for multiple new original TV series, promises over 300 hours of programming
41:55 - Disney on Demand launches on Amazon's Lovefilm today, adds more titles
44:45 - ITV Player for iOS offering ad-free subscriptions for £3.99 per month
47:48 - Time Warner Cable reportedly offering incentives to keep video content offline
54:54- CRTC to ask Canadians for help in adapting TV regulations to the internet era
56:40 - Must See HDTV (June 17th - 23rd)

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