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September 2, 2015


Would you pay to watch Bill O'Reilly online?

by Brad Trechak, posted Aug 6th 2009 9:25AM
FoxRupert Murdoch thinks so. In fact, he's betting that folks will pay to watch all of his television properties on their respective websites.

A friend of mine once suggested something like this. Basically, news would be free, but premium content online would come at a cost. Sort of like how stock quotes are delayed 20 minutes unless you pay a premium to see the prices instantly. And those with extreme political opinions, like sports fans, would pay any price to see their favorite commentators/players do their thing.

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On the 7th day of Festivus, TV gave to me...

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Dec 13th 2007 10:02AM
Festivus...seven sites worth linking.

The world wide web is the best place to waste time while learning about anything and everything. Here, at TV Squad, we are masters at finding sites related to TV. During last year's Festivus, Joel gave a good list of cool TV-related sites people may or may not have heard about. As he did last year, I decided to avoid mentioning those big sites everyone knows about (Yahoo, IMDb, TVGuide, Google News, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, YouTube, Television Without Pity, Ain't It Cool News). I also tried to find sites that weren't mentioned in last year's Festivus.

Let's sit around the Festivus tree and open the seven-sites-worth-linking gifts which, I hope, will now find a spot in your bookmarks list as useful and entertaining TV-related websites.

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The Office: Launch Party

by Jay Black, posted Oct 12th 2007 1:41AM
Another day at the office... another kidnapping?(S04E03) You know, I really don't know what to say about tonight's Office that isn't going to sound like the same old song that I've been singing since the start of this season. As I was watching the second half of the show tonight, I was actually worried about what I was going to say in my review. On the one hand, I feel the need to be honest. But, on the other hand, I'm much happier when I don't have an inbox filled with comments telling me how much I suck.

It's quite the moral dilemma. Of course, you'll have to follow me over the jump to see which decision I made...

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NBC, Disney add social aspects to web sites

by Brad Linder, posted Mar 23rd 2007 1:25PM
WildfireNBC and Disney's ABC Family Channel have put out dueling press releases announcing that they'll be adding social aspects to their websites. Disney plans to test a new "watch and chat" feature that will let viewers watch video on the ABC Family Channel website while chatting with other viewers.

On Monday night, users will be able to watch the season finale of Wildfire about an hour after the program broadcasts on the ABC Family Channel. Up to 10 people can share a chat room and write about the show as it's being watched. Members of the chat room can pause, rewind, and fast-forward the video.

NBC is taking another path to the to the social web experience, by letting users create profiles, find friends who like the same shows, upload photos and videos etc. We're going to assume they won't look to kindly on users who upload copyrighted video content.

[via The Disney Blog]

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