With us this week is our permanent special guest, Ken Gellman.
* GoogTube: the Google-YouTube Acquisition
* Arbitron’s Portable People Meter gets FCC approval
* Arbitron Sues over PPM Patents
* Helios Upscaling DVD Player
* NEC creates dual-mode chips, hoping to call cease fire in the silly Blu-Ray/HD-DVD wars
* Third format for HD DVD’s launching at CES for $175 U.S.
* Who’s really watching internet video?
* DSM technology to deliver 100 mbps over copper phone lines, will hopefully replace DSL
* Protect-DVD DRM won’t allow Windows PC’s to play DVD’s
* Organic CEO says web video not yet appealing
Our closing music is Democracy from Alexander Blu
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