Posts Tagged “Yahoo”

Finally.

by Colin McGuire. 0 Comments

Two big names recently officially began their latest foray into Internet television when both Tom Hanks' "Electric City" and Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee" premiered online, and let's just say the response to one of them has been luke warm. Maybe even cold. Maybe freezing. Maybe ... Anyways, first to the one I can't get enough of, Seinfeld's "Comedians." It's only one episode in, but those 13 minutes with Larry David are priceless if only for how candid the footage feels. ... read more

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It’s the last day before summer officially begins. Let’s get reacquainted.

by Colin McGuire. 0 Comments

OK. So ... it's been a while, hasn't it? The upfronts happened. The Mad Men Project has taken up this space at least once a week for the past 13 weeks. And, of course, the beginning of another month occurred and another installment of Netflix Pix happened. These things have ultimately led to this blog enduring a deluge of posts regarding television without the word "Internet" in front of it. It is with this in mind, then, that we offer the following quick look at a few of the stories that ... read more

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2012: The year original programming took over the Internet.

by Colin McGuire. 0 Comments

"Lilyhammer." "House Of Cards." "The Failure Club." "A Day In The Life." "Battleground." "Up To Speed." And of course, "Electric City." These are the things that will (hopefully) make 2012 an interesting year. Why is that, you ask? Well, disembodied voice, these are just a few of the first wave of Internet-specific television programs set to invade a machine near you within the next couple months. From Jake Coyle at The Associated Press ... "Over the next few months, YouTube, Netflix ... read more

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