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VUDU Labs - On Demand TV

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    #16
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    I was sure Fox were there too, so I just double checked. It'a a podcast called "Fox Flash" a two minute 'fluf' piece presented by someone who probably couldn't find North Korea on a map.

    Are there pod casts from Fox with real news on the web? If so I agree they should be on Vudu labs too. If they could throw in a weasel news clip from the last GTA, just to see if people are paying attention, that would be great too.

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      #17
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      Originally posted by NA9D View Post
      I just wish they'd add Fox News' podcasts to the list. Now before you lefties go off on your "Faux News" rants, keep in mind that we have freedom of the press in this country. You have a right to CNN, Newsweek, CNBC (esp. Nora O'Donnell and Chris Matthews) and the rest of the liberal media. I just would like Vudu to add my source for news...
      Same here Jon, I also want the FOX News podcasts availabe. I guess I am going to have to live with them feeding off my TVersity media server feeding my xbox.

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        #18
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        Originally posted by Citizen Erased View Post
        I use the news channels in Vudu Labs a lot. I can't stand watching US news channels (or most broadcast TV in general) as the ad's drive me insane. The podcasts have these stripped out and provide some very good, short updates from the various major news sources which all update daily (on the day of the news). There are also longer podcasts like "meet the press" that's available on the same day as the broadcast, again really without any ad's. My only complaint would be it could use more international sources but for a product that is sold exclusively in the US (for now, at least) that wasn't a big surprises.
        I like to read my news. I can read much more quickly than anything presented live in video format. I never click on a link to a video news story.

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          #19
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          Originally posted by mebby View Post
          They currently have lots of TV shows in there but most are ones that I wouldn't watch and several are ones that I've never even heard of.
          I'm with you there. I think the whole time I've had my VUDU, I've only purchased 2 full show (ie. all the episodes), and maybe one or two here and there of others. I know personally, if they offered more content in the TV Section that interested me or that I liked, I would definitely purchase more shows.

          As for the "On Demand TV" section, I think it has its place, for example, who wants to pay money to watch a news show? I don't. Personally, for myself, I would love to get rid of my cable box, but that won't happen until VUDU has more relevent and interesting content in their regular TV section, and offers content like local news, or at least regional news would be nice, and free shows like the weather channel or something similar.

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            #20
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            Originally posted by redwein View Post
            Same here. I don't find anything in Vudu Labs that I personally use or would use (at least not yet ). Right now I use my Vudus exclusively to watch movies. Vudu Labs is more of a novelty than anything that would convince me to buy a Vudu. I'm sure others feel differently.
            Well I know people who don't have cable at all, and would like a box like VUDU where they can watch the news or some sports and occasionally a show or two to entertain the kids, without having to dish out 100+ for cable service and get 300+ channels which they don't want or use.

            Originally posted by redwein View Post
            I like to read my news. I can read much more quickly than anything presented live in video format. I never click on a link to a video news story.
            I generally read my news online as well, as I get a more well rounded picture of the topic, and not some one sided view, by one news outlet, that may be biased and not very fair and balanced.

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              #21
              Re: VUDU Labs - On Demand TV

              Originally posted by Citizen Erased View Post
              I was sure Fox were there too, so I just double checked. It'a a podcast called "Fox Flash" a two minute 'fluf' piece presented by someone who probably couldn't find North Korea on a map.

              Are there pod casts from Fox with real news on the web? If so I agree they should be on Vudu labs too. If they could throw in a weasel news clip from the last GTA, just to see if people are paying attention, that would be great too.
              That is new then.

              And as for your scorn and slamming of Fox News, I ask if you've ever actually watched it. Because you probably haven't or not much. I think any anchor at Fox News could easily find N. Korea. CNN anchors probably only the White House fax room.

              You watch what you want and I'll watch what I want.

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                #22
                Re: VUDU Labs - On Demand TV

                Well they have utube on the vdu labs. why not add hulu....

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                  #23
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                  Originally posted by rschwartz23 View Post
                  Well they have utube on the vdu labs. why not add hulu....
                  I'm sure there are licensing issues. Plus they really are 2 completely different things. One shows user provided content and the other shows commercial copyrighted content with commercials. I don't see much of a relationship between the 2.

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                    #24
                    Re: VUDU Labs - On Demand TV

                    Originally posted by rschwartz23 View Post
                    Well they have utube on the vdu labs. why not add hulu....
                    Hulu seems to be more interested in providing viewing content to computer desktops not TV screens. This can been seen in the recent "official" withdrawl of Hulu from Boxee.

                    The last thing the networks really want is for people to be able to get all their TV content w/o watching the actual stations. Things are moving that way, but they won't give it up w/o a fight.

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                      #25
                      Re: VUDU Labs - On Demand TV

                      Originally posted by NA9D View Post
                      Hulu seems to be more interested in providing viewing content to computer desktops not TV screens. This can been seen in the recent "official" withdrawl of Hulu from Boxee.

                      The last thing the networks really want is for people to be able to get all their TV content w/o watching the actual stations. Things are moving that way, but they won't give it up w/o a fight.
                      All you need is the PlayOn software running on a PC, then you can watch, CBS, HULU, Youtube, etc. content through a PS3 and 360(not sure what other devices) on your TV.

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