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This is the future of TV? Really? Today you can watch some shows on Hulu in their entirety. But others you can’t watch at all. Most fall somewhere in between — bound by contractual handcuffs that hamper prospective viewers.
Paying tribute, actor-comedian Michael McKean said, “Peter Falk’s assault on conventional stardom went like this: You’re not conventionally handsome, you’re missing an eye and you have a speech impediment. Should you become a movie star? Peter’s correct answer: Absolutely.
John Wayne to Arness: “You’re too big for pictures. Guys like Gregory Peck and I don’t want a big lug like you towering over us. Make your mark in television.”
In recent memory, the FCC has consistently approved mergers that are bad for consumers and the public good.
photo via: Zimbio
- Daily Show mocks FCC’s Baker for taking Comcast job (arstechnica.com)
- Government’s Revolving Door Again [Dispatches from the Culture Wars] (scienceblogs.com)
… You don’t get on national TV by dodging poop.