Rested and recovered after CES, we’re back, and where else to get started but…CES. A quick roundup covers some of our favorite products from the show, before we dive into the latest news from Netflix and Hulu. TiVo is also in the news with some interesting DVR stats and wide rollout of its latest update, while Time Warner has finally squeezed its live TV streaming app down to fit iPhones. We even found some time to peek into the future of mobile TV, but to find out what else was on deck, check out the list of topics below or just sit back and press play.Get the podcast
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[MP3] Download the show (MP3). Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc) Producer: Trent Wolbe 00:02:25 — CES 2012: HDTV and connected devices round-up
00:10:11 — Microsoft acknowledges Xbox 360 color space problem in last update
00:19:30 — Netflix is looking for a new Chief Marketing Officer, if you think you can do better
00:23:08 — Hulu CEO recaps the year 2011: 1.5 million on Hulu Plus, no new owner
00:31:15 — TiVo users watch less Live TV than everyone else
00:35:53 — TiVo Premiere updates rolling out to the masses
00:39:14 — Time Warner Cable app streams live TV to iPhones, no longer iPad-only
00:40:40 — LG’s Magic Remote is powered by Nuance
00:43:20 — Comcast’s connected cable box making a run at the FCC?
00:46:19 — Sports Fans Coalition motivated the FCC to review its NFL blackout rules
00:50:00 — Hands-on with Dyle Mobile TV, broadcasting live to a handset near you
00:58:02 — HDNet joins up with AEG, CAA and Ryan Seacrest to become AXS TV this summer
01:02:00 — Comcast’s extra ads ruin NFC championship game conclusion in some areas
01:07:48 — Must See HDTV (January 23rd — 29th) Hear the podcast LISTEN (MP3)