inThirty 87 – A Warehouse Full of Antennas











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.

Show Notes

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

Episode 68 – Something about Football

Happy Thanksgiving listeners! We hope you’ve recovered from your food comas in time to join us for episode 68 of inThirty – Justin jumped the gun and said it was number 69 at the top of the show and his confusion maintains itself throughout. We leave tech on the table and Chaim takes us through something called “football” with the help of regular contributor Drew Pitchford. Harry is absent, but missed, and we bet he’s thankful that he decided to take this episode off because passing around the pigskin is not his forte. Chaim and Drew try to explain the college football Bowl Championship System to Justin and all three soon realize that figuring out whether Apple really did infringe on Samsung’s wireless patents would be easier. Touchdown.

Episode 68 Hangout:

Drew Pitchford, War Eagle

Show Notes
Rutgers headed to Big Ten | ESPN
The road to the BCS has been a long one | ESPN
Obama’s BCS Options | The Washington Times