The Skinny: I may be in the minority, but I'm not looking for more interaction with my TV. I spend my days interacting and it is mostly a frustrating experience. I don't want to be second-guessed when I get home at night too. Wednesday's headlines include stories
Daily Dose: Once again there is talk that the National Football League is considering adding more games to its season. The question is whether it will be two more regular-season games or two more playoff games. If the NFL decides to expand its postseason, it may open a window to increase TV fees from rights holders interested in the games.
X marks the spot. Microsoft unveiled Xbox One, its newest console that it hopes will revolutionize television-watching. One feature lets users switch channels just by talking to the TV. Of course, that will probably lead to a lot of people accidentally changing channels when they yell about something they just saw that annoyed them. Xbox One will also have its own exclusive programming, a series based on its own Halo game that
Abuse of power? The Obama administration's push to stop leaks led the
Does this mean fewer Tebow stories?
No pressure. Box-office revenue is down for the year, which means Hollywood will be counting on summer blockbusters more than ever.
Never say never.
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