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February 08, 2011

Hulu is watched more than the big 5 networks combined

ComScore: Hulu Is Watched Twice As Much As The 5 Major TV Networks Online Combined
When it comes to premium video on the Web, Hulu still rules. In the fourth quarter, the U.S. online audience watched 19.4 billin minutes of video on Hulu, which was twice as much as the how much viewers watched on the websites of the five major TV networks combined. Viewers watched another 9.7 billion minutes of online video on the websites of ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and the CW. The chart above comes from a new Digital Year in Review report from comScore. While Hulu still dominates, the individual network sites are growing faster. They grew 82 percent in terms of time spent watching video online, compared to 17 percent growth for Hulu. Taken together, Hulu and the five top networks, saw 33 percent growth in minutes viewed.

The alignments of Tombstone

Mightygodking.com -- ALIGNMENT CHART! Tombstone

February 07, 2011

Mother Jones: "Chrysler's Deplorable "Detroit" Super Bowl Ad"

Chrysler's Deplorable "Detroit" Super Bowl Ad | Mother Jones
But there's a lot to dislike here: the fact that a major bailout recipient is dishing beaucoup bucks for a one-off ad to boost its image; the cynical racism (or at least colonialism) of positioning Chrysler as a tough, gritty, 8 Mile-style brand that's perfect for what marketers call the "urban core" demographic; and using Detroit poverty porn to hawk your product while simultaneously trying to deride the media's recent Detroit poverty porn. (To be fair, maybe Chrysler ended up with a crappy commercial because the word's out on Madison Avenue that Chrysler also counts its advertising firms among the many parties it screws over. One of its previous ad execs complained that Chrysler "makes cars which no one wants and continues to throw money at them...and now, they want us to bail them out.) But most appalling is the idea that Chrysler is one of the great things about gritty Detroit and America, when in fact it's one of the corporate locusts that choked the city and nation purple with its credit-backed gobbling of skilled labor and its excretion of abandoned worker plants.

January 29, 2011

If the Best Picture nominee posters told the truth

If the Best Picture nominee posters told the truth - Movie Feature - TheShiznit.co.uk

January 22, 2011

Comcast says "Fuck you!" to Sen. Franken, fires Olbermann

Keith Olbermann -- Fired By MSNBC | TMZ.com
Keith Olbermann was fired by MSNBC sources tell TMZ, and we're told it had everything to do with Comcast's acquisition of NBC. Sources connected with the network tell us ... Comcast honchos did not like Keith's defiance and the way he played in the sandbox. Our sources say Keith has around two years left on his contract, and he'll be paid his salary -- around $7 million a year. We don't know if Comcast will let Keith make a deal with another network as part of an exit agreement, but it's a good bet he'll be benched for a minimum of 6 months, and probably longer.

January 21, 2011

MSNBC abruptly cancels Olbermann

What The Hell Was That About? | Talking Points Memo

January 18, 2011

The alignments of Deadwood

Mightygodking.com -- ALIGNMENT CHART! Deadwood

January 17, 2011

Ricky Gervais's Golden Globes monologue

Ricky Gervais' Monologue

January 12, 2011

The only amateur video of the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster

Challenger space shuttle disaster amateur video discovered after 24 years - Boing Boing
On January 28, 1986 a retired optometrist named Jack Moss captured the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster on his Betamax camcorder. He never showed it to anyone, but told his pastor, Marc Wessels, about it shortly before he died from cancer in December. Wessels, who is also the executive director of the Space Exploration Archive, found the tape and added it to the Archive.