Once you get past the elaborate poop joke, South Park's Apple send-up is spot on
Comedy Central didn't do its South Park franchise any favors with the clip it chose to promote the 15th season premier: The keynote where Steve Jobs unveils the HumancentiPad. Jobs send-ups are comedic cliches and the centiPad -- a scatalogical spoof on a Dutch horror film few Americans have seen -- is almost unwatchable.
That's a shame, MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Apr 30, 2011 6:17 AM ET
The comedian seems to have a handle on the AT&T-T-Mobile situation.
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By the way, this aired all the way back in 2007 when SBC was absorbing AT&T wireless and the brand. It seems even more applicable now that that T-Mobile is the latest mobile carrier to get's sucked into the "new" AT&T (T).
via @chronicSeth Weintraub - Mar 21, 2011 2:29 PM ET
He's not sleeping. He's not eating. He's not even sleep-eating.
Stephen Colbert capped his Grammy monologue last year by reaching under his suit jacket and pulling out an iPad -- four days after Steve Jobs unveiled it and two months before it went on sale.
It was, as we wrote at the time, a triumph of product placement.
This year Colbert isn't getting any special treatment from Apple (AAPL). At least not MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Mar 8, 2011 5:17 PM ET
News Corp. vs Cablevision. Cablevision vs. Disney. The list goes on and on. An updated tally of cable licensing deals gone horribly awry.
As the Cablevision and News Corp. feud continues, more than three million subscribers remain without Fox programming. Cablevision blames News Corp. for demanding an extortionate increase in retransmission fees; News Corp. argues Cablevision isn't negotiating in good faith. Regardless of which party is at fault, the cable MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jun 3, 2010 11:41 AM ET
CBS and Disney may join Apple's $30 per month TV service, says the Wall St. Journal
This could be totally disruptive. Or it could be another "hobby" like Apple TV that never quite takes off.
In a front-page story published Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal reported that CBS (CBS) and Disney (DIS) are "considering participating" in Apple's (AAPL) plan to offer television subscriptions over the Internet.
It was the first hint of interest MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Dec 22, 2009 8:21 AM ET
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