Busy schedule + head cold = late show posting. Sorry..
Ken Gellman joins us again this week.
In episode #6 we discuss:
Belgian Newspapers Kicked off Google
Disney Portable Movie and Music Player (”Mix Max”)
Disney sells 125,000 movies from iTunes in the first week
Apple’s “iTV” will have hard drive; deliveres IPTV, Movies, but no DVR features
NBC Streams New Fall Season from NBC.com
CBS Drops VOD Charges on Comcast; Comcast Guarantees Ad Revenue
The Zune Phone
Phillips takes full sponsorship of WSJ.com, ESPN.com
Yahoo predicts softness in Financial Services, Automotive Advertising while other research indicates growth. What’s really happening?
Our wine tonight is a consistently good red table wine from Francis Ford Coppolla Presents: Rosso
Our closing music is Democracy from Alexander Blu
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