Soon to come is an article I wrote on Technorati covering 9/11′s impact on technology and entertainment. For now, Portraits of Ground Zero by photojournalist Andrea captures some of the stories that will never be told.
Music is meant to be seen…so TV music video channels would have us believe. But with You Tube, does MTV matter anymore? (Excuse me…I think MTV is on the phone. I’ll be right back…” Very few artists release commercial CDs without making a video for at least one of the cuts. But most TV programming [...]
According to a recent NY Times article, Dec. 2010, Clicker.com’s strategic move to use Facebook’s “personalization” service just might prove Clicker.com to become the ultimate guide to online TV. The advantage is obvious: TV viewers get a more personalized guide to what they–and their friends–like when it comes to TV. What we “Like” has proven [...]
2011_Composer_Census The 2011 Film & TV Composer Consensus, published by the Composer Consensus Group, is a whopping 800 plus pages and is the first publication of its kind created by and for composers. Some of the highlights are: The estimated number of composers on-the-air in American film & television programming is approximately 25,723 composers and [...]
AlliedSatelliteTV.com, in partnership with DirectTV, offers more HD channels than cable…that should grab your attention. And ah, the HD part? It’s free. On the home page are featured 3 different direct tv packages at $29.99, which includes 47 HD channels, $34.99 with 58 HD channels and $39.99 for a whopping 61 HD channels. Other directv packages include the [...]
I have never used satellite TV in general or localtv-satellite.com specifically. One of the reasons was a previous condo complex where I lived was not wired for it. It was a bit upsetting since when I bought a new TV from Best Buy they gave me a sattelite box for free. I like the [...]
In May 2010 Congress passed the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010. The act goes a long way towards easing distant signal qualifications. It changes how households qualify for outside-market TV signals carried by direct broadcast satellite providers, like Direct TV. The bill, S.3333, eliminates what is called “Grade B bleed” (poor reception [...]