Engadget HD Podcast 361 - 08.06.13

Joe Pollicino
J. Pollicino|08.06.13

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Engadget HD Podcast 361 - 08.06.13

No more trilogies, folks. Ben wasn't positive at first, but Richard's convinced him it's about quadriliogies now -- at least in the world of Avatar. If only Time Warner Cable and CBS could compromise on the important issues as easily as our hosts do. Episode 361 of the Engadget HD Podcast is ready for your listening pleasure below.

Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh, Richard Lawler

Producer: Joe Pollicino

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08:22 - Netflix individual profile rollout brings up to five unique experiences per account
12:20 - Netflix profiles won't work via Windows Media Center plugin
13-29 - Time Warner Cable loses CBS channels, CBS says first time dropped from cable
Time Warner Cable drops CBS in NYC, LA and Dallas
14:07 - Time Warner Cable CEO vows to end CBS blackout, proposes a-la-carte pricing
17:59 - Dish Network, Raycom squabble blacks out local channels in 36 markets
19:46 - Chromecast update breaks root-friendly exploit
21:07 - Phone to Chromecast app streams pics and video, but can't be released yet
21:52 - Google Fiber's $10 Sports Plus pack gives NFL Redzone some company
26:35 - TV shows come to Google Play UK
27:13- Commercial Break: an app that tells you exactly when the ads are over
30:27 - TWC TV app hits Samsung TVs with VOD access, live TV coming soon
31:56 - Xbox brings laughter to all ages with Comedy Central and Nickelodeon apps
32:45 - Yahoo and NBC Sports launch 'Fantasy Football Live' and 'SportsDash with Yahoo Sports' shows for TV and the web
34:52 - Showtime Anytime apps for Android and iOS updated to deliver live programming
39:38 - BBC Three to launch new programs on iPlayer a week before they air on TV
40:31 - Avatar will have three sequels, next movie is due in December 2016
45:52 - Must See HDTV (August 5th - 11th)

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