Today’s links of interest:
- AT&T leaks sensitive info in NSA suit
Break ’em up again!!!
- Pirates in High Places
When even the President of the United States breaks the law — as evidenced by the music on his iPod — then maybe it’s time to rethink said law?
- A black(out) eye for baseball
Baseball’s television blackout rules are in serious need of an update. Unfortunately it’s not likely to happen any time soon.
- Networks offer an online taste of the fall season – TV Squad
Mmm, tastes like chicken. Will this be the first year that shows don’t last to premiere due to lack of viewership?
- Charity screenings of Serenity scheduled for June
Never let it be said that the ‘loper team doesn’t do its bit for charity.
- 2004-2005 Primetime Ratings wrap-up.
Here’s a demonstration of the fragmentation of the current TV audience: out of the top 50 shows, we watch exactly three: Lost, 24, My Name is Earl. Yet our DVR is continually full.
- Scottsdale hits the reality-show big time
Cazart! And to think that I’d been ignoring book clubs all this time!
- Dizzying ‘Lost’ finale has fans wondering what’s going on
- Out of The Office
The French version of "The Office" — "Le Bureau" — debuts. The question is whether or not it will be on the French iTunes.
- Video games and movies are busy cross-pollinating
I blame Angelina Jolie.
- House Judiciary Approves Its Network Neutrality Measure
Love this quote from John Conyers: "As we know, the FCC is like a moss pit. There’s nothing that can happen there."