Televised Revolution – Episode 233

Televised Revolution – Episode 233

by April 26, 2012 0 comments

The unthinkably thinkable is set to take place with Ten launching a connected TV catch-up service. We take a look at what this service will actually offer. Also up for discussion is the iiNet/AFACT ruling issued in the High Court, Nine score a ratings win with The Voice, Apple okay the dodgy TV Premium app, and in further Nine news, the network are allocated a 3D channel for the Olympics.

Also, Dan has a chat with Steele Saunders, a Melbourne-based comedian who produces a great TV culture-related podcast “I Love Green Guide Letters“. We discuss where the idea of the podcast came from and get into the nitty gritty of humorously critiquing letters passionately critiquing television.

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