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TV Land Orders 10 More Episodes of 'The Exes'








Dish Pulls the Plug — For Now — On NimbleTV’s Web TV Service



Were pretty good at multitasking at this point, after all. So what does that mean for the producers of all of these second-screen apps? pics of kim kardashian First of all, lose the buzzword, because it prevents you from understanding how people really interact with TV. Youre not building apps for the second screen, but for a multiscreen world. Secondly, that means that apps should carefully embrace all screens. Not to annoy viewers everywhere, but to give them options on what to consume where, and in which context. <br>Source: http://gigaom.com/2013/07/21/forget-second-screen-apps-today-the-tv-is-the-second-screen/







TV Land TV Land wants more of The Exes. our editor recommends PHOTOS: Summer TV Preview: 51 New and Returning Series The series' third season, which premiered in June, http://null is pacing 9 percent above the previous season average, with 1.3 million total viewers and a 0.62 rating among adults 25-54, according to Nielsen ratings data. The Exes revolves around three divorced men sharing an apartment across the hall from their female divorce attorney, who is also their landlord. Donald Faison, Wayne Knight, David Alan Basche, Kelly Stables and Kristen Johnston star in the series, which airs at 10:30 p.m. Wednesdays behind original comedy Hot in Cleveland. <br>Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/tv-land-orders-10-more-588618





TV Dramas From Turkey Draw Hollywood's Eye



It is now. We're all learning Turkish." As are Hollywood suits. Disney has dived into the Turkish TV market with local-language remakes of Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice. A Turk take on The O.C. is set to bow in September. <br>Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/tv-dramas-turkey-draw-hollywoods-586183







who want to watch American TV. For the past year, NimbleTV has been using Dish to fuel its service, but the company plans to add other providers. Last December the startup, which has raised $6 million from Tribune, Greycroft Partners and Tribeca Venture Partners, started offering service to New York City-area residents in a ray j beta test . Subramanian said after his customers stopped getting service from Dish, he received a letter from the satellite TV service outlining its concerns. While we have been upfront with our customers that NimbleTV has no direct relationship with any TV provider, Dish did not want our Web site to mislead others into thinking that we have a direct affiliation with Dish, he said. <br>Source: http://allthingsd.com/20130721/dish-pulls-the-plug-for-now-on-nimbletvs-web-tv-service/







CNET's guide to 3D TV: What you (still) need to know



For now, every viewer of a 3D TV needs to wear a pair of special glasses to see the 3D effect. In addition to a new TV and glasses, you'll also need a 3D source, typically a 3D-capable Blu-ray player or cable/satellite/Internet video box. You'll also need the 3D version of the Blu-ray disc, or be watching a 3D program on a 3D channel or streaming service. (While most 3D TVs offer 2D-to-3D conversion, the process isn't really good enough to compete with native 3D content.) New 3D TVs have 3D quality comparable to a theater 3D TVs released since 2010 can display high-resolution, color-correct 3D images, which kim kardashian images blows away the old "anaglyph" method using red-and-blue filtered glasses. The biggest differences between theatrical 3D and 3D TV in the home are the size of the screen and the distance you sit from it. If you enjoy 3D theatrical presentations, you're a prime candidate for caring about 3D in the home. Not everyone can see 3D, and sometimes 3D causes discomfort Between 5 percent and 10 percent of Americans suffer from "stereo blindness." They often have good depth perception -- which relies on more than just stereopsis -- but cannot perceive the depth dimension of 3D video presentations. <br>Source: http://asia.cnet.com/cnets-guide-to-3d-tv-what-you-still-need-to-know-62221851.htm



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