Am I Legal?

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Am I Legal?
Number 59
Broadcast Date January 18, 2012
Episode Length 1:06:34
Hosts Tom Merritt, Brian Brushwood, Ron Richards
Guests {{{guests}}}

YouTube's new entertainment channels, Hulu's Battleground debut, Sling on a chip, and more.

Contents

Contents

Opening Video

Hello

The Big Story

YouTube starts rolling out their new entertainment channels.

Another Big Story

Hulu announces first original scripted show 'Battleground', plus more proprietary programming. 1 2

Audible

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Slipstream

  • Lovefilm adding ABC TV show archive in UK Netflix fight. 1
  • comScore publishes December 2011 U.S. online video rankings; Facebook slips. 1
  • Amazon casts flattering light on UltraViolet. 1
  • Tom Hanks planning Yahoo-only web series, “Electric City”. 1
  • Myspace says it’s going to sell you web TV. 1

Tube Tops

  • Broadcom to put Sling on a chip. 1
  • Roku to launch cordless streaming stick for TVs. 1
  • New Google TV taps Marvell system-on-a-chip. 1
  • Google TV to get annual upgrades; recommendations likely in 2012. 1

Film Falm

  • Frank Darabont's epic, rejected plan for 'Walking Dead' season 2 revealed? 1
  • International Academy of Web Television announces winners for the inaugural IAWTV Awards. 1
  • Frequency, a TV guide for web video, tries a new look. 1
  • FRINGE - Past + Present + Future. 1
  • First scene from Avatar: The Legend of Korra shows our heroine kicking butt. 1

Winter Movie Draft

  • (1) Tom - $470,109,010
  • (2) Brian - $376,324,187
  • (3) Glenn - $376,037,120
  • (4) Sarah - $346,435,273
  • (5) Justin - $255,532,950

What We're Watching

Brian

  • Avatar: The Last Airbender (rewatching)
  • Sherlock (season 2)

Ron

  • Thirtysomething

Tom

  • Fringe
  • Being Human (US version)

Feedback

  • A viewer asks about the distinction between different types of trailers.
  • Chimaera discusses the viability for replacing a portable TV with Filmon's over the air tuner in emergency situations.

Great Quotes

  • Brian: "Can I mail them a check for $.35?"
    • Ron: "You should totally do that just to kick off the Brazil like bureaucracy problem. When the BBC gets a check for $.37 from an American, and they're like, 'Well we can't cash this.' And it'll get passed around and the check will be in a plastic bag and through the pneumatic tubes in the BBC and it'll never get cashed."

Fun Facts

YouTube

Links


Preceded by:
"Trolling For Hobbits"
Am I Legal?
Followed by:
"Set Fire To The Industry"
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