Black Friday has come and gone (so has Cyber Monday for that matter), so it's time to look back at how Blu-ray fared.
What else could we talk about other than all the cheap junk you can buy on Black Friday?
Seen in HD's super silver anniversary show (?) kicks off with a little news, but ends up being a super heavy review show.
After a week off to play catch up on my end, Seen in HD begins with probably the biggest story in media this year: Star Wars and Disney
Seen in HD's return from a week off (we have a lot of those) brings with it news regarding QAM, or rather the demise of it thanks to the FCC allowing cable companies to clamp down.
Seen in HD begins discussing the rather bizarre idea to put movies on USB sticks, or stand alone wi-fi enabled devices
Seen in HD is back! No, we weren't dead, just on a hiatus because news was slimming to a point that made new shows almost impossible. That, and Phil had a mid-life crisis.
Seen in HD returns after a week off (last week was THAT slim for news) with news on the HBO front.
Seen in HD was recorded right in the midst of the kerfuffle between media giants, including the publicized battle between Viacom and DirecTV
Seen in HD won't be back next week (most likely), but there's a great show here you could listen to twice while you wait.
An extended episode of Seen in HD backs the E3 show.
After 20 days off, due to a variety of issues, Seen in HD is triumphantly back.