The lineup includes Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, HBO Go, Bravo, Crackle, Syfy, TMZ, UFC and The Today Show in the U.S. In the U.K., partners include BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Lovefilm. In Spain, it’s Antena 3, RTVE and Telefonica, and in Mexico it’s Televisa.
It’s not free TV, though. You have to already subscribe to the services, so the deal basically expands the Xbox’s capability as a streaming content adapter for the TV.
He even stated that if he could give one bit of advice to anyone it would be "Don't quit your show!" Dave seems to be "in training," both literally and figuratively, for a comeback.
now open to the public.
hands-on with hulu | dealnews.com
watch your favorites. anytime. anywhere. | hulu.com
maybe this will be the edge he needs to finally recapture the number one slot for late night.
letterman, ferguson returning to tv | variety.com
frontline: season premiere: cheney’s law | pbs.org
when you can run this?
mac peeps only.
download of the day: tvshows (mac) | lifehacker.com
pretty cool idea.
nbc remixes ‘the office’; reruns become ‘newpeats’ | wsj.com
very cool concept.
bbc trust provisionally approves on-demand tv | uk.news.yahoo.com
colbert was also tapped by salon as the sexiest man alive.
‘truthiness’ and ‘wikiality’ named top television buzzwords | languagemonitor.com
viacom comes to an understanding with youtube. let’s see how long it lasts.
youtube’s comedy compromise | eonline.com
google to buy youtube for $1.65 billion | cnet news.com
he’s proving sarcasm can go a long way.
stephen colbert has america by the ballots | nymag.com
the office returns tonight.
the office: season premiere | nbc.com
french and german remakes of the bbc’s office | slate.com