Aereo, the little cable company that could, won a two lawsuits against the big TV networks – Will Fox News finally be taken off the air?
In this week’s episode we discuss what it means to cut the cord, why it’s so difficult, and what the future of television will bring.
“Zero-TV Doesn’t Mean Zero Video” | Nielsen
“Nuclear option: would Fox really leave the free airwaves to undercut Aereo?” | The Verge
“Explainer: What’s Aereo, why does it matter, and will it kill cable?” | The Verge
Lean back, lean back, and find your remote: on this second 2012 episode of inThirty we talk television. With the Consumer Electronics Show in full swing and its 35 footballs fields of floorspace teaming with gadgets, we want to know if any of them can score a touch down in the living room. We discuss whether innovation in the TV hardware front, pixels and bezels and remotes, is what’ll win the living room, or whether content is king and cable providers days are numbered. What does it take to make a 10 foot interface work, will Apple TV revolutionize the market, what’s Chaim’s favorite guilty pleasure (hint, it’s on the Disney channel), listen to find out.
My Take on the Future Apple TV | Curious Rat
TiVo iPad app | iTunes
Haier Transparent LED TV hands on | The Verge
Boxee Live TV hands-on pictures | The Verge
Nuance Beats Apple To Voice-Controlled TV | Cult of Mac
Samsung Smart TVs | Samsung.com