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"apple tv" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

Podcast Pontifications

07:53 min | 3 weeks ago

"apple tv" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications

"Hello and welcome to to another podcast. Quantifications with me yvo tara. Someone at apple. Tv has managed to tap directly into my immig because the new lineup of shows seem tailor-made to my tastes but it was podcasting. I was thinking of as i was flipping through my options the other day on apple. Tv plus because it sure seems like every show on apple tv plus was trying to get me to listen to their companion podcast. And i'm sure those are great and and fine but my thoughts were less about what apple's doing with podcasting because come on and much more about what podcasters can learn from apple tv plus specifically but first a quick reminder or notice for the brand new people high new people after this episode. today they'll be two more episodes this week and then i take my long winter's nap which will last for a few weeks so if you don't have new content from me what you will not after a couple of days play. Go back through my back catalogue. I got what five hundred plus episodes lots more for you to get inside of their right. There's that but let's get into the four lessons with apple. Tv plus for podcasters lesson number one make a manageable amount of bets a lot of companies. Think about big bets. Often i understand that but manageable is the key here. Now it's important to have new content podcast or yes but it's not the only nor is it the most important thing you can make a bet on a new genre expand on that genre once. You've learned it really really well and then go often try a different genre. Learn genre expand on that and do more things there. That's what apple podcasts. Excuse me apple. Tv plus seems to be doing with a lot of the shows that they own podcasters can think about doing that. As they're building up their own network possibly you know it's more than just spinoffs. Which is what television has done for the longest time. There's also probably a play in there some value for podcasters who don't want to build a network who can think about doing things different with their individual episodes but of course that will need to be played correctly and with some serious thought before you go too far afield the second thing. I think that podcasters can learn from apple. Tv pluses to invest for the audience. We talk a lot about audience here on the show. Now you might not have in fact. I bet you do not have two hundred million dollars to drop on a new television series. Wow or more precisely. You probably don't make north of twenty billion dollars a quarter which allows you the ability to drop two hundred million dollars on a brand new television series only to have that brand new series only get a thirty seven percent rating on rotten tomatoes boo. But i think apple an apple. Tv plus has a much bigger play in mind. They know that they don't have to appeal to everyone. The shows they make do not have to hit ninety percent plus ratings and they'd love that but it's not important remember a show at the thirty seven percent rating on apple on rotten tomatoes. That's thirty seven. Percent is a lot of people. Like around seven million people might be really digging that show and want more content like that seven million the third lesson that i think apple. Tv plus brings to podcasters is one of diversification because the tastes of the audience is varied and sometimes changes on a whim. I mean who knew. We'd all fall in love with the show about a soccer. Well a show about soccer. That really isn't about soccer right or that. It will be from the same exact company that had the guts to adapt one of the most epic science fishing. Epochs of all time. See these shows that they're making don't have to be a hit with the entire subscriber base although some of them are much more likely to be so than others. I just gave you two very vast extremes nor do all. The shows even need to appear to be appealing to everyone. They don't need to try and entice everyone into them. Now that's going to be harder for you as a podcast or to amplify especially if you're not if you don't produce multiple shows but you might. We will take this lesson to your promotional efforts. Where else can you create content. Not necessarily podcast content. But where else can you create. That serves a subset of your audience. Or maybe even finds you a new audience. Which could come into your podcasting world. The fourth thing. I think that podcasters can learn from apple. Tv plus is to play to your strengths. We may not agree on the quality of the shows what we like and dislike on a service like apple. Tv plus but one thing we can all probably agree on is that the shows specifically on apple. Tv plus look amazing and that's because apple is really known for the company's attention to design and detail. And yes i. I understand i. Lot of that has been eroded recently. think butterfly keyboard. Think the entire apple podcast app blah but design and looking great is still a big part of apple's brand so their shows the shows they produce on apple. Tv plus their flagship ott product. They're gorgeous you know. They're going to look right. They may not necessarily be what you want. But manda gonna please your eyes so for you. Podcast her know what it is. Your great at and then lean into that with everything you do. You might not be able to get every single aspect of podcasting right. That appeals to everyone. But you can consistently hit a note and become known for that and that in itself will help you build your following now. Look i don't have any special insight into an actual playbook from apple tv. What they're pulling from. I i imagine the way they judge a show is completely different than what i'm telling you about right. That's fine but hopefully some of these ideas resonated with you or at least gave you a new perspective on what your future in podcasting might look like. Let's do a quick boost. Graham dow it's time for the booster booster graham kona instagram corner. I don't know a thing about crypto reverend. Eric used pay pal to say the following. Thank you for podcast quantifications. It has been helpful and giving me plenty to think about well reverend eric. You are quite welcome. I appreciate your support. And if you like. Reverend eric also get value from the show. Please consider returning some of that value by going to podcast quantifications dot com slash value for value and lending me your support to more episodes to go before i go on my long winter's nap so with that i shall be back tomorrow with yet..

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"apple tv" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"apple tv" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Of the franchise with a smorgasbord of familiar. Characters and settings that's nice for a cohort of viewers that sure to be outspoken with its feedback. But it does a disservice to anyone who's unwilling to hours of homework just to follow the plot of a tv show. In the aftermath of game of thrones which had a remarkably focused pilot and especially since disney plus introduced. It's marvel and star wars series. Tv genre adaptations have felt more like supplemental material than like standalone narratives. Indeed for the uninitiated early episodes of foundation can be a chore to get through. Let alone understand a be prepared to replace scenes in order to catch snatches of rush whispery or conceptually opaque dialogue which is a particular shame considering how beautiful every single frame looks from the watery light street. Expanse of galls home planet syntax to the mountainous vistas of terminus to door where blade runners urban future ism meets. The majesty of classical architecture foundation is among the most visually stunning tv shows ever made. Whereas most contemporary franchise fair uses digital backdrops to the blandest possible ends goya harnesses technology to make great big emotional landscape paintings. The storytelling improves markedly beginning in the fourth episode as the time line hopping slows and segments that follow individual characters stretch to fifteen or twenty minutes instead of getting mired in basic questions about. Who's who and what's happening in the plot. We can finally enjoy the thematic elements that distinguish asimov's writing from lesser sifi fair potent ideas about politics in science philosophy and theology. Only at this point does it really become possible to appreciate how effectively voyeur updates the author's vision of the future while almost all of the books key figures are men. Apples foundation reimagined gol and salvator. As women of color and justifies these choices by casting actors who fully embody. They're smart tough characters instead of congratulating itself by explicitly drawing attention to their identities while its efforts to inject pay tv sized servings of sex and romance into asimov's famously chased over. Don't work out quite as well on balance the show we get in the back. Half of the season makes a strong case for his continued relevance his evocation of a civilization forced to confront its decline and eventual demise captures the creeping gloom of life in our climate imperilled world and his plea for long term thinking and service of humankind's future resonates. We shouldn't have to sit through hours of tv. That makes our heads spin to get the stuff like this that entertains and challenges us but in this case the patients does pay off.

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The 'Best in Television' Emmy Awards Have Been Announced

NPR News Now

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

The 'Best in Television' Emmy Awards Have Been Announced

"Emmy awards for the best in television have been handed out in los angeles. Net flicks is the crown won. Best drama and at flexes the queen's gambit one best limited series actor jason. Today is one best lead comedy actor for his role in the apple. Tv plus show ted lasso about family. The is about mentors and teachers. The shows about teammates. And i wouldn't be here without those three. The winner of the emmy for best actress in a comedy series was jean smart for her role in the hbo series hacks actor and choreographer debbie allen. Received the governor's award this for her distinguished career of that also includes

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Emmys: ‘Crown,’ ‘Lasso,’ ‘Queen’s Gambit,' Streaming Triumph

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Emmys: ‘Crown,’ ‘Lasso,’ ‘Queen’s Gambit,' Streaming Triumph

"This year's Emmy awards are in the books and for one show and one streaming service the ceremony was a crowning success it was the favorite to win for best drama and other awards but you wouldn't know that by the reaction of a livia Colman when she won Best Actress for her performance in the crown I did put money on that not happening after being the odds on favorite to capture the drama watch the Netflix series came through and then some sweeping the entire field of drama acting awards not only did Netflix score with the crown it also captured a series win for the queen's gambit between those two shows in the top comedy Ted lasso which is on apple TV streaming services show they've grabbed a position of prominence in the TV industry I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Streaming Platforms Dominated the 2021 Emmys

the NewsWorthy

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Streaming Platforms Dominated the 2021 Emmys

"As expected streaming platforms dominated. Last night's emmy awards. Netflix was the network with the most wins. In fact netflix says the crown was the nights. Biggest winner overall. It won seven awards including best drama series as well as best lead actor and actress in a drama on the comedy side apple. Tv's ted lonzo won for best series and it brought in three other awards as well. Like best lead actor in a comedy. That was a first emmy for jason. Today's best lead actress in a comedy though. Went to jean smart for hbo's hacks rupaul. Also made history by winning the most emmys ever by a person of color when ru paul's drag race won best competition series for a fourth straight year and cedric. The entertainer hosted the ceremony making him only the second solo black host in the event's history.

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Chief Global and Innovation Officer Sanjeev Shetty Tells Us What Connected Living Is All About

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

02:36 min | 3 months ago

Chief Global and Innovation Officer Sanjeev Shetty Tells Us What Connected Living Is All About

"I wanted to quickly take a minute just to talk about connected living who we are and what we've been doing for the past decade or so. So we're based on Quincy masks. We've been around for over ten years, really leading with technology and programs to help communities connect protect and engage residents, families and employees. Regardless of where they live, they could be in a home setting. This would be in any level of living within a senior living lifeline community. Or in a memory care setting, we actually help them connect with families friends, residents and employees. And obviously we've seen this past year, you know, it's been a marathon, but one of the silver linings coming out of it has been just the pace of innovation bread. And we've heard that both some pets and the folks from constant companion mark that innovation has really been in the forefront, whether it's voice for other technologies that have really reshaped the healthcare landscape. And what I wanted to do on this slide is just take a minute to talk about our ecosystem. We at the very core we have a HIPAA compliant cloud based platform what we call as the CMS system. It's a web based admin panel. And what that does is it helps push content out to any of these endpoints that you see around the circle, whether it's the native mobile apps that were created on Android and iOS, whether it's that interim television channel that we bring in through your cable provider or the Apple TV app that we created during the pandemic, making that experience very interactive. Obviously, voice is front and center and is a key part of our strategy on all of our platforms. We were very fortunate to be tapped on the shoulder by Amazon Alexa very early in the days of voice and we have created our own Alexa senior skill with over 200 prompts. And obviously that translates to other platforms as well, such as the robotics that you're going to be able to witness your in the short while. And we've also got really state of the art digital signage. One of the unique things about our signage is that we have a native asset controls 100% of the real estate on the finance, so we can literally do things like integrate with a community social feed. We could customize and design any part of that signage experience. And then of course, you have people who still want your printed newsletters and calendars. We have that

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Hulu Adds HDR Support for Select Original Movies and Shows

Mac OS Ken

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Hulu Adds HDR Support for Select Original Movies and Shows

"Remember when hulu was just for reruns. Yeah it's got a lot of original content these days and that content is looking sharp on apple. Tv macrumors says the streaming service has started implementing hd are hdr ten hdr ten plus n dobie vision for some of its original television shows and movies and that is working for apple's digital living-room device if you're not sure whether the content you're watching is hd are seriously. Don't you think you'd be happier. Not knowing i mean if he can't tell the difference why yourself up for disappointment maybe that's your thing if it is macrumors. Says hulu tb shows and movies support hdr content will display an hdr badge on the details page. If they're available to stream in hd as for which devices support the format the report says who lose hdr content is available on the fifth generation. Apple tb four k. And later as well as the chrome cast ultra fire. Tb devices roku devices and busy o. T. b.'s hd. Our support is not available on mobile devices at this time.

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Apple TV+ Wins Four Daytime Emmy Awards

Mac OS Ken

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Apple TV+ Wins Four Daytime Emmy Awards

"Congrats to a couple of apple. Tv plus shows apple insider says the second of three daytime emmy award. Presentations was streamed on saturday with two apple. Titles picking up three awards. The mindfulness for kids show stillwater. Took home an award for outstanding editing for a preschool animated program while the short film here we are not for living on planet. Earth took home apples other two trophies. One was for outstanding special class. Daytime animated program. The other went to three d. and mater and moth. She got an award for outstanding individual achievement in animation. For her work on here we are

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"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

06:13 min | 4 months ago

"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"Going to have kind of the fire stick fire cube experience with with alexa control but But with syria pod And so that's nice. But i i i think that's why i don't know so much about it because it was so vague But but yeah. It came down to volume from siri. Control the volume from your iphone. Because obviously your iphone can do a slider for home pot volume and so that becomes your tv volume Then with this with installing the beta on the homepage and the apple. Tv i did see the er bela feature where you can have volume output from. Not just the apple tv box but other inputs like cable or your gaming console In that works. So i'm not sure why sibeta but it works Not just a beta beta beta feature within a beta version shipping like the shipping release. They says byron as well. Yeah yeah that's the main thing for me is you get the voice control on the in the in the phone control set versus your tv. You may it strictly. are you know. The remote menace assistant. That works with it but i but i do have A lg s j nine sandbar from fears ago That i got back from my old house and it's the same width as the seventy five inch. Tv and its its proper while. It's not adobe moses like surround sound but his most from a sound bar so it does have upward facing speakers on top of the sound barney. Decide and then obviously directional speakers around it and haven't made the switch yet but as good as dobie at moses with homepod many like it's impressive. I was surprised that that's where they'll be almost on a better than the tv speakers did at least four being kinda more immersive unless like coming from that direction But there's there's no question that the proper be at masan bar. We'll beat the minis and so then i'm thinking maybe i'll move those back to the to the bedroom. Tv and and i'll be an improvement for those but But but on. All i watched an episode of lisi story a and that was with home many sound on the apple. Tv in stereo. With be etmos. And i was really impressed with conditioning to have more depth. That way At the end there was Classical music playing or at least strings and it felt like they were dancing around the room versus coming from that direction in the room. So that was. That was a cool experience. It sounded good so Home pompon minis not bad. I'm not sure that. I would say like spend two hundred bucks on that instead of something else for the apple. Tv and make it sound better sound bar or something or speakers but If you already got them for that reason than than his school to have an especially if you're in like a reasonable apartment space for like loads of stuff you basically have let you're living your you know your living room is where you'll see. You can have your small speaker anyway then. Having like the being to in one rather than having separate you know hempel mini pasta and tv speakers. That's where the convenience like the convenience definitely has to play a row if you to consider using them versus gang because obviously purpose cinema light proper home from is going to beat it and each one of these things is like. It's not really news but like it's one more check mark for feature in with this combination of things because there's been so different between what apple. Tv you have and what homepage you have. And now it's kind of all leveling out but that apple speakers do dobie atmos- at least you know and they all work stereo pair and they all workers permanent speakers for the apple. Tv wants his update drought. Got the update on the homepage. Many by by using the appleseed profile which is not the public beta or developer beta. Because there isn't that for home pied And so someone who was already in the program show with me and so that's how i got. My home pods updated to the beta version And then speaking home on software. There's been an event this week. That's caught people's attention mayo. What's going on with pilots and updates this week. Yeah there's just been kind of an up swell of light four impose. An apple spoke community complaints and saw the people's home original pods to the big ones. Are they just lie. Spontaneously dying some people have attributed to the fourteen point six update other people saying that marriage. Even if you didn't that you homepod this we're gonna don you So so that's fun. As an owner of to impose. I do generally like I'm now you know the anxiety that they might just run me start working and warranty now because the and so not helping you if you buy them and they do break. You seem to be Left in the dust with a completely non functional unit which is kind of bad So far i have not been afflicted with the problems. My amplats therapy is continuing to work. Fine although i did get a slight scare the other day when one of them just ran me. Decided to pop connected map But then i played music on just worked. I think i think why. So that with more bug with is fifteen in my phone than like issue with the hiring pods. But when that's literally seen all those news stories that before and then i woke up and it was like one of your higher. Poets can join the network anymore out. There knows it probably topped and play music so it was fine. Yeah unfortunately discontinued. Poet is continue to have issues. Post discontinuation jeff. Jeff benjamin of if i've mac lethal channel he he was i think especially frustrated because his You know original hump is we're not just discontinued but but burke prepare So that's too bad yes to happy. This week is sponsored. By a logic happier nine five mac teaming up with a logic.

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"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"They're online You know is the store. Their their their headquarters digital hub located in california and And then the livewire brand. The holiday was in branded. Livewire model bike becomes the livewire branded one model bike that. That's what's leak so far and there's a july eighth announcement so soon. After this episode goes out. I will be watching what happens on july eighth live in the brand. And that's what gives me hope about the future is that the bike itself is a great technology like how the ipad as technology. The software doesn't even hold it back but it's just what doesn't match the bike experience and futuristic experience and so by livewire being its own organization. I'm hoping that the harley davidson at becomes the livewire app and it's overhauled in its way better things like saying. I want to charge my bike up to this point and then stop. You can't do that yet. And other apps the bikes you can do that whereas the bite located right now that things like that. There's there's a lot of things that they could do. their make. Syria work voice by so that the technology side of it is really what is what. I'm fascinated with falling along. In addition to how fast can dc charges be deployed and. I live in the south. I'm in south. Mississippi trip was to central alabama. It's really rule on the way there's five g. but the stretch between dc charge. The next one is the total miles at the bike can make on one charge so you get there two percent body left and it's scary so you know if you're following politics in the us right now. There's movement on a bipartisan infrastructure. Bill that includes funding for ev chargers. That are not tesla. And that's an effort to make it more. You know easier to buy any the and not have rain be a problem So i'm hoping. I'm thinking that i'm watching that closely. And i'm watching the deployment of vast chargers. You know there are some around where i live but those aren't as useful as like where i'm going along the way so i'm watching that closely and i'm excited finally well. I'll say that if you're ev. Curious i had this trip a couple of weeks ago where My friend jacob who his tesla model three he had valet parked on a work trip in chattanooga tennessee earlier this year and the valid person while he was not long after he had valet parked at the person took it for a joyride. Like stole it and total. That like kara was you. Couldn't you could look at it. And everything was destroyed. The driver was okay. Because tesla's are safe. I guess but he went he he got in trouble in. And then you know my friends. It was out of a car. And i he'd been looking he'd been waiting. Obviously tesla inventories always way out there. It was like eleven weeks. And i found the same that he was looking for in orlando where i live briefly and we. We agreed on me. Flying they're driving the car back. And so i got to do a full road trip in a tesla after driving the livewire for for a couple of months and i kinda came to the conclusion that with the model three you can get them from like forty thousand which is ten thousand dollars more than than what a brand new livewire is. If you're not doing trade in or having a deal and so for just ten thousand dollars more you get a lot more vehicle and has a range and and capacity you know. It's it's a car wishes a motorcycle but in his practicality. It's more practical today than even because of the super charter network so my advice if anybody would be unless you're just you know you've got money burning a hole in your pocket a lot of it then. If you're curious you know you might think start with the bike because it's not a full car and you kind of test. If you are motorcycles tests that but i think for the money right now the tassels a but our value when you can get them for forty thousand dollars and maybe even less with incentives. So that's my take away but otherwise like in the weeks where i've got my sign. I don't write at all because we go free. Go somewhere we're together and in the weeks where he's away then. I do the bike entirely. And the other day i went for the first time after you know one of those week long distances and it was just so cool to be on the bike. And you know it's like riding a motorcycle but it's electric and there's a lot of things about that so if you watch if you if you watch long way up on on td plus. There's a lot of things. Were that the bikes that they use. Were modified for the trip that they had and they had riviera and solve those. Dc chargers along the way so that it was practical but but even so. That's off roading on. Those bikes is is is a challenge. And they're not what you call touring bikes today or can go across the country in the measly but it's not because of the bike itself i think is more about the infrastructure and that and that'll be better in the future but but that's my that's my livewire review. Check check out there. We'll have it linked the electric. I did on there. And then just look forward. You know. i'm i'm tweeting and posting videos and everything about the bike experience. So look for that. If you're interested over time yeah so. That is the happy our podcast for this week. If you have anything back to the show you can email both of us together. At happy. Hour at dot com. You can follow me on twitter and instagram at apollo zach..

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"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

04:32 min | 5 months ago

"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"Mythic quest season. Two that just finished as pretty good trying season two. That's the british comedy. I love a try and season once. He's until you spacey. More of the same so. I'm very happy about that film wise. I watched cherry. That came out in like march. That's the tom holland one where they is about like drug abuse and he goes off to the army and comes back. That was nice. It's a slog because it was like pretty long and didn't quite fulfill my sir like it wasn't bad but it wasn't like fantastic again. I watched the documentary. Ethel that was good. And i'm not like a i listen to music but i'm not like a superfan or you know recessive or anything. I just enjoyed the music. But regardless if i listen to music or not i think. The documentary was very well done. It gives you insight into like 'cause they they they were really lucky with her because that documentary began filming like in two thousand eighteen and she knows she won the grammys and staff and like early. Twenty twenty said they basically covered like a year of like meteoric rise. Like i think they have one in the thing where she you know. When they start filming a million scrammed follows and then by the time the documentary finish. He had like a hundred and forty million. So it's just a crazy look at like one. You know wild year for that for that person. And it's it's not just like falling down. You know how good celebrities our there's like real lifelike impacts and stuff and then as good and and then i've recently watching physical. Which is the roseburg like evro thing. And he's no is no way space to be like otto because it is. I thought it'd be like a light and airy like fun. At's like aerobics. Like you know zahra here kind of thing. And it's not that tool rose. Byrne's character has serious like bata shoes and like an eating disorder and so it's like her struggles of like personal image and the rest of the everyone else around is like tara. Bow and there's like swearing every ten seconds and saying everyone else's like you know incredibly rude and ugly like it's like a crazy like mental ride but if you can accept the character i think it's like an interesting story and again oviously. You know what we're looking forward. Tear it clearly. Apu was like stock that big stuff now for the end of the year and then got the moon. Jae season to and from jumps stewart. Coming up they've got the coda movie which looks good. That comes out in august at as about a child of deaf adults this. She's like the only hearing person in a family and she wants to she she's Basically grown into this role as being like a helping the family at the business. Wimpy become speak. She hopes he translates and stuff but she wants to break free and go. Four drinker is a. That's the kind of tension there and that one like a gazillion awards at sundance in january. And i think it's gonna be very popular and stuff so it's like apple summon the looking and then obviously i'm looking forward to fantasia invasion and the shook next door. They look great is coming stuff that they haven't yet fishy put. Dates on bond. Pre show will end up coming out this year because specifically the film side. They've got like i like a few films Coming up in their want to get them out. Before the end of the year because they want to be eligible for the oscars in like march next year but to be eligible for mouse. next year. you have to get your fill out. At least it is by the end of this year. Essentially so they've got swansong. That's a sci fi film. they've got They acquired a new. Tom hanks film which could finch. That's a sci fi film that looks interesting and they've got some other films as well probably coming out but those are like the big ones who may or not this is actually like size and they say like next month for like a couple of weeks ago schmidt geduhn which is this like cecily strong and kikuko from snl. They go to this like city in the middle of the woods and it turns out to be animated musical. He's like a six episode series. And it's kinda like a throwback to an musicals of four seasons often. It's in style and you know it's like fun online stuff. That looks pretty good as well as looking forward to that and oversee ted lasso season two as well as starting july. Say that'll be a big popular one. Because that's been apple's biggest show today talking about that. Oh yeah ted lhasa earlier and is like hey. I've watched the show at apple. Tv it's actually pretty good. Yeah that's been happening lately and that was before it was like huge. Yeah all right. Let's take a break and then we'll talk a little.

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"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"That brings in your local in the us. broadcasting channel content. So that's us a lot in my house. You tip kids is is you know. It's it's a decision that if you wanna have that or not you know for your kids but we have parents controlled versions of that and it works well. The tv the tea plus app it td launch some content that was sesame street related africa. What is called Helps yeah help stairs. and that was. That was so so my family with my kids. My son's three almost four. And he's i put on the. What's the doug clark's doug and plugs. Yeah yeah yeah. So doug employees. I put that on. And that's when i actually watched and it was like when you know things stopped playing please. More and so peaceful. There's a lot of stuff on netflix. That he's into and netflix. Go like younger. Kids this stuff on it. You can just watch endless night if this just me. I can never justify netflix. Because it's hard it is it's harder to browse because there's so much stuff which is a good thing but i never. I never have a feeling of like this new thing on netflix. To have to watch and so it's more for the kids and for guest because everyone that comes over goes to netflix. Mealy that's like the verb for watching you know streaming tv is netflix. So so those those town using the nice nice. Let's take our second break and then we can talk about what we watching recently on apple. Tv plus happy hour is brought to you by better.

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"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"apple tv" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"Because obviously there's a little extra functionality. The fact that he's building does kind of reduce the need for a little bit and they do actually annoyingly they do a decent job of it like you copy into not as nice bullet points never been like. It's not just yeah based on pretty well. Yeah the thing that you know. When trump titles feature the example of that marketing. It's like if you've got a bunch of wikipedia pages lavaka -pedia in the list of the rl's when you really just want whatever the title of the earl is and If you present by your i. I don't know that you can even do from the apple feature bidding the title of the page versus the you are all the page right. Nothing's i think. Yeah yeah your app can do a hyperlink to the title of the page which is a feature further but you can also get rid of that wikipedia dash part of a group of yarl's at have that in our case it was everything had nine to five mac dash and so transparent pedals was to get rid of that part so it would make a nice less without repetition but yet but that feature quickness those are two things that are not related multitasking in in terms of like what we've been asking for that making more productive in terms of the way that you move around apps and everything i'm still working on studying in committing to memory the keyboard shortcuts for for navigating without touching the screen if you have a keyboard attached but otherwise like if you're just using the ipad and tablet mode You know now for the first time ever get to apps that are not on the dock without going to the home screen and nickel new set of split windows because before you know. I still do it with spotlight. Search command space when i had the magic award with the ipad. But i don't always have it there and so that's when it's really useful to tap on the dock and pull up library any and also i mean amusing. The home screen page one. But you can't get rid of so you can't have zero homepage is. You've got to have at least one and the nap library. And because i can't just have app library the home screen then i have page one as widgets which was impossible for and It's it's like weather news. Headlines calendar eight even the files app. Which widget i have the largest version of that and You can change where it points to so by default files which points to recents which is going to be a lot. It's going to populate itself you know every every number five can show In order of newest to you know whatever fits and so But i changed it to to not be racist to be downloads. And so in that way. I'm using it more like i. I use downloads. On the on the mac where that's where files go and you download them and in. You should manage that voter so that you don't fill it up and how wasted space so on my home screen. I can see where filed just went. And i can if it's local to the ipad. Which if it is. And i can drag it out of there and pull it into wet actually wanna use it. So that's really neat. You can put in that which to the desktop folder and then you'll mice like faking desktop on the files. Yeah exactly and you know. It's kind of how. It's kinda use easy desktop on the mac before if i cloud sync you know it's this is where all your devices was really need. And it's the closest we. We've we've come to files that you can interact with on the home screen. So so that's just mean that's part of i. Ipad was fifteen which is support. And then it happens. That i found use for the files out that way and And here's the thing. I'll say i've been so satisfied with what i'm able to do on ipad. I was fifteen and the tobon ipad pro and magic keyboard and importantly say an external mouse and keyboard. Space gray magic mouse and keyboard from apple and the l. g. twenty one half inches or find us play. I had the mouse and keyboard already. And then i have. The display for was refurbished model and i bought on ebay a couple of years ago for the ipad and ended up using it as a monitor the mac until recently. But yeah but from all those things. I this is something i mentioned to our colleague. Chance a couple of weeks ago. Was that for the first time. I'm satisfied enough with the ipad. That i would actually consider spending more on provos up. Yeah well like a one terabyte model right maybe ever felt about all. And the yeah. I've never felt that way before. I've always had sailor because it changes the way it can use the ipod in terms of visit us floor not for me. I mean like the iphone didn't have sailor your wife i was down and you could check and see if your phone actually still works like let's go things and then using it out and about. I love having lt now. Five g. on the ipad but because of a gun at this point actually am like the ipad is is the computer. I've got at the for the moment until a new matt comes out because i was so satisfied after a few weeks of use that was like well macbook air. It's redundant and what it does so the ipad it doesn't. It's a man happy enough with the ipad. That i'm not going to i if i were to use the macbook air. It'd be unhappy with the ipad..

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Thomas Markle Suggests Oprah Is ‘Playing’ Meghan and Harry in Latest Interview

The Adam Carolla Show

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Thomas Markle Suggests Oprah Is ‘Playing’ Meghan and Harry in Latest Interview

"Let's let's cleanse our palate with a little bit of meghan markle's dad. Tmz reports at thomas markle says he and prince charles have one thing in common. They both been ghosted by. Meghan harry and He's not a fan of oprah and he kinda like kinda calls harry a cock in his own way. Here's a clip from his recent sixty minutes australia interview. I think oprah. Winfrey is playing harry and meghan to go. She's using them to build her network and build. A new show. Needs all the help. i think she's taking advantage of very weakened man and getting him to say things that you just shouldn't be saying on television. So you think are saying i guess the frailties of harry and meghan it and decided to cash in on that i think so. Now she'll she'll disagree of course and she might even assuming i don't care but the bottom line is it seems to me. She's working harry. Is there really bad green green. Maybe with australia sixty minutes australia. Max padded we have harry with with the oprah that old clip calling. Everyone a racist. Remember what he worked to halloween that year. Oh what s uniform. I'm glad that everyone's done something. So this is from Heyman oprah couple of weeks ago apple. tv show together. The feeling of being trapped within the family is. There was no option to leave eventually. When i made that decision for my family i restored. You can't do this as well. How 'bout is after. Get until i am able to do this. She was going to end their life. Should have to get to that.

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Here's What's New With iOS 15

Talking Tech

01:50 min | 6 months ago

Here's What's New With iOS 15

"On monday. Apple kicked off its worldwide developers conference with a virtual keynote detailing the changes coming soon to iowa's fifteen the mobile operating system that powers the iphone now fifteen launch fall. We don't have the exact date yet. And it's time to the release of a brand new iphone. It's typically unveiled by apple in september. So what are some of the most notable changes coming to iowa's fifteen this fall. Let's start here with face time which seems to be getting the biggest facelift too. No pun intended Of all the features that are coming. Ios the biggest one. Though is you can soon use facetime on android and windows but not in the way that you think. The company is adding facetime links for sharing scheduled call so kind of works like zoom where he scheduled a call. You get a link to the actual video chat itself and you click on that so users can get to this either through the iphone app or via any web browser so it's not exactly a facetime app for android or for windows but at least if you're on a web browser on android phone you can still get. Their facetime is also going to introduce a grid view to see everyone on a call and the ability to take calls in portrait mode. So you can hold your phone horizontally and it'll actually blur out the background automatically so that you stand out facetime also add spatial audio and voice isolation so call sam more natural and allow you to cut back on the background noise. The app is also going to add. Share play which is probably one of those interesting features they revealed and it. Lets you enjoy entertainment. Such as music tv shows. While you're on a video call few might start video call minimize the window and then go to another app like say apple tv plus or some third party apps disney plus and you start playing a Tv show or a movie and it automatically start playing on the other person's call and then you can start watching together.

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Spatial and Lossless Audio Popping up in Apple Music

Android Central Podcast

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Spatial and Lossless Audio Popping up in Apple Music

"Obviously a few weeks ago apple just came out on monday morning and they're just like here have free lossless apple music. You know. we're not gonna charge you extra for it. Later that day amazon said the same thing. They're gonna upgrade amazon music unlimited customers to lossless for free even though they currently have like an extra paid tier for that right now and spotify earlier. This year said that it would also offer a hi-fi tier for its customers though it specify whether it would be free but i imagine now it's going to have to apple also announced during that same press. Release that it would be expanding. Its spatial audio feature dolby. Atmos essentially Into its apple music t right now. It's available in some Some film like some shows and movies on on an apple. Tv but not so much on the music side. So i wanted to get you on here to talk just about the space in general As somebody who reviews a lot of headphones or used to has a lot of audio equipment. What's your thoughts on it. And just in general like whether it's going to make a difference because losses has been this. It's sort of like this obelisk in the different in the distance. All audio files. Kind of a try to achieve whether they do it through ripping their own. Cd's and storing them in lossless flat files or paying for title or cuba's or one of the other deserve hi-fi. Whatever

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Apples All-Online Worldwide Developers Conference Kicks off June 7

Mac Minutes

01:28 min | 6 months ago

Apples All-Online Worldwide Developers Conference Kicks off June 7

"Unveiled its agenda including keynote and platform state of the union. Timing and much. More information about how developers will be able to learn about the future of iowa's ipad os mac os tv os and watch os all of which we expect to see new modifications ww dc less for a week but on the first warning ceo. Tim cook and other apple. Executive staff will appear in a keynote presentation announcing the major software updates for the year. Wwe dc twenty one. We'll bring together the global apple developer community and provide them with the new insights into technologies tools and frameworks. They rely on. The conference will offer developers the opportunity to engage with one another and directly with apple engineers for guidance on building innovative and platform differentiating games and apps. Let's start from the beginning with the apple keynote scheduled for monday. June seventh at ten. Am pacific daylight time wdc. Twenty-one kicks off with unveiling of exciting new updates coming to all apple platforms later. This year streamed directly from apple park. The keynote address will be available the apple developer app the apple tv app and youtube with on-demand playback available after the conclusion of the stream. If

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Is the New Apple TV 4K Worth the Money?

The 3:59

02:06 min | 6 months ago

Is the New Apple TV 4K Worth the Money?

"Is the new apple tv. Four k worth. It could keep this fairly simple. probably not well what. Let's let's before we get into the details. I i do want to dig into why you think this But he tukwila. What is new about the new apple. Tv for kickboxer. What what exactly is it's the second generation. So how's it different from the first one short so the new apple tv four k which was updated a few weeks ago long. Overdue update gives it a much more modern processor goes from the eight ten. The twelve biometric which was a processor found a years ago and i phone as opposed to the ten which is dating itself Back a few years It also has most notably in remote that works a lot. Better it drops. The reliance of solely using track pad now has a directional pad. Baked in with apple calls a click pats combined some of the gestures with a real functioning directional pattern that makes navigating the apple. Tv significantly easier. Yeah and i know. We talked about the remote the floor. Is that something that existing apple. Tv buyers should consider buying this box for if you have an apple tv four k already. Then i think the fifty fifty nine dollar remote upgrade. That's how much that remove costs on. Its own apple charges a lot. That's apple. I think if you have apple tv four k fifty. Nine dollars for remote makes more sense. Assuming you're happy with that. Box storage is in full Absolute pretty quickly and easily for you. Getting that upgrade is a lot better than spending hundred and seventy dollars on a new box. If you have an older apple tv hd then are actually recommend the opposite. Spend the extra money. Get the faster box will get four k support for more modern. Tv's whether it's tv currently owner the tv that you'll probably get if you don't have a four k. Tv now at some point in the i imagine not terribly distant future

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Oprah, Prince Harry Host Discussion With Lady Gaga, Glenn Close

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Oprah, Prince Harry Host Discussion With Lady Gaga, Glenn Close

"Oprah Winfrey and prince Harry will continue their mental health series with the virtual town hall this week Margie's our letter with the latest last week apple TV plus released a mental health series co created by Oprah Winfrey and prince Harry called the me you can't see on Friday when free and Harry bring back the advisors and participants for free virtual town hall to discuss where to go from here to me you can't see a path forward will feature lady Gaga Glenn close and other celebrities giving further insight into their mental health struggles and breakthroughs

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Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

The Tech Guy

01:23 min | 6 months ago

Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

"Like apple is offering. Now did we talk about this last week. We talked about the rumor. It's now a fact thereafter ring High resolution high quality audio for apple music subscribers. But not if you're using an apple device to listen to it so that's a little weird a little weird it. doesn't work on the airpods. The airpods pro. The airpods studio. Max doesn't work on the homepods doesn't work on. The homepod mini does work on the apple. Tv so there's one there. But i think you know. Eventually they'll upgrade the wired stuff. I think it's the wireless stuff that ever going to be able to get working but it just shows you. I mean there's a there's it's definitely competitive out there in the streaming music world and as more and more people get better and better bandwidth also. I think it's the case. And that's pretty cool that Will be you know you'll be able to He'll be able to hear higher quality music. Will anybody care. that's the question. Got a whole generation. That grew up on highly compressed. Mp threes and kinda cheap. Those white earbuds. That apple was putting him with their phones for years Probably don't know the difference. Certainly can't hear it but those things no

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'I Was Afraid': Prince Harry, Oprah Discuss Mental Health

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

'I Was Afraid': Prince Harry, Oprah Discuss Mental Health

"The Duke of Sussex tells the Associated Press returning to London for his grandfather's funeral last month triggered feelings of anxiety Harry the Duke of Sussex has been open about some of his struggles and is taking part in a series on mental health with Oprah Winfrey on apple TV plus in the AP interview he says he was able to use coping skills he learned in therapy to get through prince Philip's funeral last month and being back in the media spotlight I was afraid about it but then going through the motions to lean on the toolbox hello Jean all the learnings that I've that I've that I've grown from one of the policy it does definitely made it a lot easier but the whole store bought still pounds he says it was his wife Megan back when they were dating who convinced him to seek the help he needed to deal with royal family relationships and the death of his mother princess Diana I'm Jackie Quinn

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How the Sun Could Spoil NASA's Trip Back to the Moon

Kottke Ride Home

02:07 min | 6 months ago

How the Sun Could Spoil NASA's Trip Back to the Moon

"Nasa is supposed to go back to the moon in twenty four as part of its program but recently seemed like they may need to push that deadline back a few years and while it's never good to rush something as serious as catapulting human beings into space. The mit technology review points out. There's one reason it might be better if they stuck to the original timeline. And it's the sons faults. According to a new study published today in the journal solar physics were going to be seen some extreme space weather. Roughly around twenty twenty six through twenty twenty-nine exactly when nasa might go to the moon if the current twenty twenty four time line is pushed back. Now what do they mean. By extreme space weather mostly solar storms quoting the mit tech review. The surface of the sun erupts with gas and plasma ejecting charged particles protons electrons and heavy ions into the rest of the solar system at millions of miles per hour. These particles can strike earth and the moon in just a matter of minutes. Earth's magnetic field protects us from them but the particles can still fry electronics in power grids on the surface and damage critical that manage. Gps until the communication services space weather could be extremely dangerous for any astronauts flying to the moon or trying to live and work on lunar outpost at the surface life support systems and power could shut down and solar activity could produce life-threatening levels of radiation between apollo sixteen and seventeen says matthew owens lead author of the study and a space physicist at the university of reading. There was a huge space weather event. That would have likely been fatal. If astronauts had been on the moon the time and quotes and this is something that i learned from that apple tv plus show for all mankind which showed a solar storm occurred that disrupted radio communication on earth and created a dire situation for the astronauts on the lunar base. But how do we know that this is going to be worse in the latter half of the decade as opposed to in twenty twenty four. Because that's when the sun will be ending. Its eleven year cycle cycle twenty five which began at the end of twenty nineteen.

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Apple and Spotify Are Ready to Take Your Podcast Money

Podcasting Essentials

01:31 min | 7 months ago

Apple and Spotify Are Ready to Take Your Podcast Money

"Both apple and spotify have announced paid subscriptions for podcast. Doesn't come with a huge surprise to talk about it. Yeah but the details are now in. So let's quickly compared the two services. I what does a subscription service actually main because this is not like apple. Tv plus all disney plus. Oh netflix where you pay a monthly fee and apple again to produce a whole of content. So this is clarify that. Yes this is for. Podcast produces to be able to monetize their podcasts. So now means you have the options of having free. Podcast perhaps freemium model where you have some content free and urges for example that a paid or a completely hide podcast series. More it means. Is the word subscribe that we've been using a lot of many years to get people to listen to our podcast. Now takes a very different meaning yet. And that's why apple of move towards the word follow. There's always been some consternation about. Does the word subscribe mean. You need to pay will. Now that's going to be a complete delineation between subscribe is a payment term and follow as a free option. Yes or the apple podcast badge that you put on your website change to listen quite a while ago but inside the app when you actually went to subscribe they let the subscribe button so i think it's actually going to be a little bit

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Apple TV's Color Balance Aims to Improve Your Television Picture

The 3:59

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Apple TV's Color Balance Aims to Improve Your Television Picture

"Traditionally calibrating your television to optimize the color and other aspects of your tv require sophisticated gear or professional assistance but apple. Tv promises to do about thirty seconds sounds amazing but does it work abroad. Chang and this is your daily charge interrupt to apple's color balance process as a resident tv expert. Dave kashmir so apple is supposed to be able to optimize your tv with this called balanced feature. How does it work. So you basically take your iphone and you hold it up to the tv screen and your apple. Tv plays a few color swatches colored different shades of white and some red green and blue. You're facing camera on your iphone. Measures that color transfers it to the apple. Tv in the apple tv adjusts output to improve collar

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Reminder: Apple Makes a LOT of Money

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 7 months ago

Reminder: Apple Makes a LOT of Money

"Net listeners. It's molina and i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech. I know you have an iphone. And i bet you've used a lot during the coronavirus pandemic. Oh absolutely i got an iphone. Twelve many a few months ago. And i really like it. And if you ask anyone in my household they probably think that My phone is a part of my body. At this point. you're not alone. Longtime a new apple. Device users have been relying on the company's products and services in recent months. We know that because apple this week announce another outstanding quarter. And we're talking to january twenty twenty one march twenty twenty one time period in terms of device sales and revenue from services. Let me throw some results. Sales of ipads rose seventy seven percent. Compared to a year ago amounts to seven point. Eight billion mac. Computer sales increased sixty nine percent to nine point. One billion apple also sold sixty six percent more i phones generating sales of forty eight billion. That's the company's biggest ever march quarter and in terms of wearables homes and accessories. That's a specific category. That includes apple. Tv players apple watches. Sales rose twenty four percent to seven point. Eight billion so across the board day saw increases and then also you and i both written about apple services like apple music app news apple tv plus icloud apple fitness things like that will revenue from services grew twenty seven percent to sixteen point. Nine billion overall added more than forty million paid subscriptions during the quarter to surpass six hundred and sixty million total. So you add all this up. And apple's overall revenue rose fifty four

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"apple tv" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"apple tv" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Lax in canada dot ca slash community. This one is from what i was saying. Your name rate ideal shannon. Alice and his question is as follows My echo dot three is connected to my smart tv. I want to open apple tv. I have to say open. Hd my to. If i say open apple tv then it doesn't work is their way. I change this to just say open apple. Tv and we had a couple of different ideas here One was from christine. We hollering and she says. Have you tried. Renaming your report in the tv settings to apple tv so that would be. The first idea is just simply renaming the port. That's a great idea. And if that works. Hey problem solved the other option and this is from patrick doyle. He says make a routine. And that's the idea that sort of came to mind for me. I am a routine is basically the ability to create a custom phrase that you can say and unlike lexi can respond to it in a certain way so it's all done through the lexi app and in this case. If i'm understanding the question correctly what you would do is you would create a routine that is triggered by that phrase so in this case open apple. Tv and then it would trigger that device to a suing that smart device is directly compatible with lexi. Now that's the part that i'm not one hundred percent sure. There's not enough details on the question but the routine is away. Essentially of creating a custom phrase that you say known as an utterance invoice technology and then the intent of that is what you want to happen and that would be a really really good way. So i hope that is helpful to you Dilshan there's not enough detail to really know if that answers your question or not. But i hope that is helpful to you All right there you go tomorrow. I've got another very special deal for you all at you know about that and I look for speaking with you. Then have a great rest of your weekend talked. Each.

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"apple tv" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"apple tv" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"On its own, so they took a lot of the took, the took many creative liberties in depicting the source material in adapting from it, and my opinion on the shows, a little bit higher than the nearest, and some other fans that we we both know personally, but it's not the worst thing ever, but it's definitely a huge change from the source material on so when you're expecting a show that's closely tied to the source material in yeah, that big giant despair between the two I mean that's just huge kind of distance. It's once. Once I was able to get over. That I was able to enjoy the show more, but yes, it is very different from the comics. However I am happy for the show Maxima in it because it is anchor to the Matt Reeves Movie, So if the Matt Reeves movie is great than this is going to be a very good bunch of the show, go while but the. Movie is not will receive than I'm very concerned about this This television show however I am happy that each Max just unique unique platform that is that it does have its reach into big box office universes in feature films stuff like that, but then there's also the synergy that can't happen between the big movie side than the television side and you could tell two. Two, concurrent stories the talk about different parts of the universe. Still match up pretty well, and I WANNA. Compare franchises in the universe is stuff like that I mean we can look over to the moral universe to the MC you in see that the US is obviously done well, and they have different television projects that differing successes He did a TV show. On that, too, but one of the mainly is. Agents Matt Shield and that show purely referenced the MCI you movies in the continuity. It's like yeah. We're in the same universe because this one reference that people might understand but overall. It wasn't really connected. The television side in a movie site was was very disconnected. Same thing with the humans TV show they have other shows that the NFL television shows more will television shows the head of TV and marvel said Elliott's parts seem universe, but it was very distinct Jusu. Didn't reference anything at all really and so. I think I. Some comics fans. There is concern that okay. We've seen this idea playoff before of there's this big movie, and then you have opinion TV show and my concern is is that it's GonNa be very distinct from the movie. There's going to be much interaction much universe sharing between the two. It's like Oh yeah we're part of this reference this, but really read your own thing. That is my one tiny concern, and we can see that the MC basically recognized that they had this huge problem with their television properties in basically scrapped the Netflix show scrapped. Some other content in basically is their. Their movie. Side is also developing. Developing its own TV shows so Neil that hopefully hbo Max follows kind of in that same vein, and that their universes are actually gonNA share moments between the two actors can appear on one and the other, and so that's be. That'd be pretty cool so I am very happy, but I'm like cautiously skeptical. Just because of different superhero TV shows that have kind of flopped in the past a little bit, trying to manage my expectations a little bit, and finally the last bit of News. We have from HBO. Max Is that there is an animate serious called? Chino's that his head into Spiel Max with pilot order. This is coming. Coming from the fresh off the boat creator he Wang, and that is coming well. It has a pilot order at this point, and there's some concept art actually in the article itself on deadline are jumping over to peacock. We have a couple of different things. There is potential for some new originals from Dick Wolf may be heading to peacock if you're unfamiliar with Dick Wolf. You might not super familiar with entertainment in general, because he's creating a lot of content for NBC and more recently, a couple of shows CBS for a very very long time. He's the creator behind law and order and the Chicago Franchise in such where there's A. A possibility that new series could be heading there specifically lawn, a new version of law and order. We've seen multiple versions of law and Order Special Victims Unit which is law and order Svu has been the one that's been on the on air for over twenty seasons, and there's the potential is there for more serious than the other news is that peacock will be streaming premier league matches next season whenever that starts, that specifically comes from NBC. Sports Gold level that they will strike. They will immediately go over to the peacock streaming service in the future once again, the basic common as I would ever see CBS. It's this is great. For NBC, for Peacock in general, trying to get part of the the the sports realm, getting into that is going to be great and just like CBS. NBC has huge as a huge region sports bass multiple the they just know the right people to get this done and so premier league is huge especially outside states, so this is a great way to really push the push the platform, Ford Interest Heights, and then the other part of the peacock launched nothing. You're listening to this peacock. Actually already launched. We decided not to hold back the. The episode specifically for the launch launches happening on July Fifteenth. This episodes obviously released on the sixteenth. We'll be talking about peacock more at length next week. Due to the fact that they're national expansion is actually happening on the fifteenth, but specifically I've already signed up for peacock. I'm already planning on taking a look at it and giving the full review of next week on our next episode. Episode, but the with the launch launcher peacock, one of the things that a lot of people probably remember from the initial investor presentation that happened back in January is that they announced that there was going to be a number of NBC focused channels as part of their like free option and part, some of those channels focus on showing clips from the famous clips from the office or showing off. Off Clips from NBC, news or SNL skits and things like that and to be continuous ongoing station or channel that you watch literally all day long depending on what it is, and it's free. There's ads interspersed in it, but that's the idea well with the launch of peacock. They've actually announced that the today programming so the today. Show that we that we all know that is going to. To the amount of programming that's coming from the people behind the today show or going is going to go up significantly because the host themselves are going to be creating content original original content for the service. There's going to be even more things that are interspersed so that there is a number of content that can be interspersed throughout the entire twenty four hours of every single day. There's A. A lot of content coming from there along with all the other channels that they have that will be streaming. Stop Twenty four hours a day. This is a a smart decision thing about peacock and kind of how fit I personally would not have expected in today. Programming I wouldn't have expected any today content getting on the surface, I mean besides maybe just reruns of of different shows, but..

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"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

To Live & Dialogue in LA

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

"<Music> <SpeakerChange> I <Music> phoned him. <Speech_Music_Male> Okay awesome <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> gotta be like a <Speech_Male> four page model. <Speech_Female> Yeah yeah <Speech_Female> sure. They <Speech_Music_Male> didn't take okay. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> You <SpeakerChange> said that that <Speech_Male> felt like <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> felt influential on <Speech_Male> you. It felt like <SpeakerChange> your kind <Speech_Male> of voice. Yeah <Speech_Female> I mean I felt <Speech_Female> I love at the end of <Speech_Female> the day like I love a good <Speech_Male> rahm calm. I love <Speech_Male> a good teen drama. <Speech_Female> I love these sort <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> things that have <Speech_Female> been. You know <Speech_Female> sort of taken <Speech_Female> less seriously. Because they're <Speech_Female> of as kind <Speech_Female> of explicitly <Speech_Female> feminine but <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> this this one <Speech_Female> felt like <Speech_Female> it was super <Speech_Female> self-aware. <Speech_Female> It knew it was a romantic <Speech_Female> comedy. And <Speech_Female> you see that. She's <Speech_Female> renee. Zellweger <Speech_Female> delivers <Speech_Female> totally unrealistic <Speech_Female> monologue. <Speech_Female> At the end that run <Speech_Female> reveal. She's been masterminding <Speech_Female> the entire <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> thing. <Speech_Male> Which <Speech_Music_Male> Villa <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Iran <Speech_Female> calm? And <Speech_Female> I just <Speech_Female> I really. <Speech_Female> I love to play <Speech_Female> with a trope Dickinson. <Speech_Female> Does that really well <Speech_Female> too? Because it is sort <Speech_Female> of like this teen <Speech_Female> comedy <Speech_Female> drama but it's set <Speech_Female> in amherst in <Speech_Female> the eighteen hundreds <Speech_Female> so <Speech_Female> I just <Speech_Female> found the <Speech_Female> merging of those <Speech_Male> things <SpeakerChange> really <Speech_Male> cool. <Speech_Male> Yeah and it really feels <Speech_Male> like it's aware <Speech_Male> of itself in the same way <Speech_Male> that Dickinson is <Speech_Male> when you were first hired <Speech_Male> of the show. Did you have <Speech_Male> to go? Did you <Speech_Male> read all the first <Speech_Male> season scripts <SpeakerChange> because you're reading <Speech_Female> on second season? <Speech_Female> Yeah why was on the first <Speech_Male> season so I had read <Speech_Male> them ready? Did <Speech_Male> you pour over <Speech_Male> them? In a different way <Speech_Male> you would <SpeakerChange> have to write <Speech_Female> in this voice. <Speech_Female> I was a little <Speech_Female> nervous. <Speech_Female> Honestly because <Speech_Female> of how many facts <Speech_Female> were infused <Speech_Female> into it. I was kind of <Speech_Male> like how do they? <Speech_Female> How do they do that <Speech_Female> in Hamilton? Did they know <Speech_Female> all that? I mean I <Speech_Female> I write in Google <Speech_Female> at the same time a lot. <Speech_Female> You know Jimmy. Sure I'm <Speech_Female> writing accurately but <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I know <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> But <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Female> yes so. <Speech_Female> I think <Speech_Female> that made me worried but <Speech_Female> other than that <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> like I said I really <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> even just reading the <Speech_Female> pilot episode of Dickinson. <Speech_Female> When I I got <Speech_Female> the audition <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> just <Speech_Female> I just felt like it <Speech_Female> was. It was something <Speech_Female> entirely new to me <Speech_Female> but also felt very <Speech_Female> familiar <Speech_Male> to my own <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> personal. <Speech_Male> All right well. <Speech_Male> Let's think Sophie so <Speech_Music_Male> much for doing this

"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

To Live & Dialogue in LA

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

"I'M NOT GONNA Store Matt here catch and I'm not GonNa admit that you caught proper. Novak to fall in love because I'm not Barbara Novak. There is no proper Novak and I didn't find love SIP Martin I found with catcher block and that was a year ago when for three and a half weeks. I worked as your secretary. I don't expect you to remember me wasn't a blonde. But you did ask me out and broke my heart to say now but I loved it too much I couldn't bear to become just another notch in your bedpost with your dating habits that even if I was lucky enough to get a regular spot on your rotating schedule I would never have your undivided attention. Long a free fall in love with me. I knew to do something to set myself apart. I knew I had to quit my job as your secretary and write an international bestseller controversial enough to get the attention of New York publisher as well as no magazine insignificant enough that as long as I went insane no magazines star journalists would refuse to cover story about it. I knew that every time we were supposed to me you would get distracted by one of your many girlfriends and stand me up and this would give me a recent fight with you over the phone and Clare that I wouldn't meet with you for one hundred years and then I would have to be patient and wait two or three weeks. It would take for everyone in the world to buy copy of my bestseller and then would begin to get the publicity our need for you to one. See what I look like and to see me announced on public assault worst kind of man. I knew this would make you wanna get even by writing one of your exposes and nor do that you would have to go undercover assume false identity and pretend to be the kind of man who would make the kind of girl I was pretending to be followed love and your that since I was pretending to be a girl who would have sex on the first day. You would have to pretend to be a man who wouldn't have sex for several days and in doing so we would go out on lots of dates to all the best places and all the hit shows until finally one night. You would take me back to your place that you were pretending with someone else's in order to get evidence you needed to write your expose by seducing me until I said I love you but saying I love you was also my plan. I just wanted to tell you the truth so that when you heard me say I love. You would know that I knew you you I was and you took great catcher block the beat net. Yoram him by me. Nazi Brown your former secretary. An I would set myself apart from all the other all those other girls. You never really cared about by making myself. Someone like the one person you and above all others.

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"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

To Live & Dialogue in LA

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

"It for Amy Director? I it was for the casting director and it was a small part a couple of lines. But it's so you didn't meet Pasadena's anti went to San and then she was directing because she directed most of them the first season. I think told me some observations about her onset. She's awesome I mean. She has a ton of energy. She's like it's funny. She is here at award shows. And she's wearing all these like crazy hats but she's totally like a normal mom unsettling of my mom. Yeah she's just she's you know she keeps it moving. That is a monstrous show. There are so many extras all the time. It's a period piece. They have to make everything. Looked like. It's you know whatever of the time. And she she's like she's pretty down to business and she likes to her. Dialogue is super fast. That was like her main thing was used. Have to keep the peso. I I it so I was there for sixteen hours. You watched the finale of the first season. You Blink and you miss me but it was like it just took a really long time. It wasn't even. I mean they didn't even get my coverage my shot that much. It was just as in the background stuff to still also is a great credit to have so exciting and it was winning. It was ever like. It's your show not my show too. You know okay. So we're not far from the here but I want to. I wanted to clip ask. Sophie was seen from someone else's work that she wants to talk about from a craft perspective. And if you're listening to the podcast we do this with everybody. Nancy Meyers apartment. Ron Howard chose a scene from the CUCKOO's nest. You chose a scene from an lily called down with love. Starring Gregor and Renee Zellweger. Yes so it's basically a wrong com. It's kind of universally slept on. I would say so. Feel free to check it out. Talk about it is like the movie. The unheralded movie. Yeah it's amazing and I just remember watching it and thinking that I didn't know romantic comedies. Could be like this. Which basically like a all troops are there of the grown boy falling in love but it's super super stylized set in the supposed to be in the nineteen sixties. But it's also stylized in this way where you know they shot it in the two thousands. It's kind of like you know a wink to the audience. And there's like this incredible twist at the end so the plot is is interesting because you're watching people falling in love but then also ends up being this revealing this mystery this actually the twist so it's a spoil or but I just I just think it's I just thought it was such a such great spin on on a classic. Okay awesome Washington and talk about it briefly and we're GONNA START IT at one liners four or something before. Yeah it's really just like one superman monologue and so this is going to be. Renault's I wha Renee Zellweger doing most of the talking McGregor helping leaving K- on the outside when you're busy on the inside why the long faces we're all equal self-reliance citizens of the world here I know I am in heaven knows all men and you're with catch blocks. I certainly hope you are anyway stopped by for six cart absence. You'll busy up my captain at the hotel..

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"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

To Live & Dialogue in LA

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

"Me or of Commission for me so you're not a morning person but you have to wear all these it's for the show. So what time are you getting to set? Do you get us out. Three or four. Do Wish you a lot on long island. And that's a track and it takes like an hour hour and a half to get into hair and makeup for a period and I don't. I'm not a morning person and I don't drink coffee or whatever then I feel like we're screaming tonight tomorrow morning. What Times your call seven seven? But YOU'RE NOT GONNA get two hours back to Brooklyn and you're not gonna it's all right you just like kind of six months of the Other questions process great change. Your work maker showed was was the difference between rating writer's room writing ask questions about working with the showrunner. Yeah I mean. First of all there is just more of a process in a rail road. I basically the room is split up. We pitch a lot for the first month honestly of the room. We pitch ideas about everything about the series and we solely block out where those ideas would go if are going anywhere where they would go with with but was there sort of a blueprint for the season before you start it in the room my Her had an idea of an Arkham interesting. It's about the show constant land so we did work from that and a lot of writer's room supporting the show runners vision whereas when I'm writing by myself or even with my friends there's not as clear of a hierarchy which can be difficult when there isn't a clear hierarchy if it's like a truly democratic process sometimes that's hard but so yeah so then the first month we just pitch a lot and then the second month we work really hard on these outlines and then the third month we write the episode and so it is rare more structured. Although I will say even this room it felt very free. There were some days that we worked really late nights and there were some days where we finish what we had to do. And we got up at three and we hung out and then when I'm writing for myself I mean it's a my dad. Blinds are a little more arbitrary And my processes I like outline and then I write half of it and then I reality because I decided I hate everything that I've written and then I mean I I rewrite forever. So maybe that's that's the differences you have to stop at a certain point in the room and so are you a morning afternoon or evening writer on your on evening writer do right in your apartment go somewhere. Yeah I switch it up but I will say like when I'm really in the zone. I'm talking to myself a lot so I got in my apartment. I mean I'll do. I'll do it in public. What we're talking about Dickinson. Why don't we actually play the trailer on? This is something that you suggested. We look at because I got feeling you're saying there were there multiple trailers and this is one in particular that you found interesting okay. Tony captured the best. All right cool play probably and then we can talk about female. Men Woman should receive an education but should not be the same as. They're scared that if they teach us how the world works. We'll figure out how to take over the two of you fit into such a tiny bit. I don't give up off. I have one purpose to become a great writer. There's nothing you can do to stop. She so insane. Of course she's insane she's I'm always Dickinson. Cut Short antics. Are you have to do some things to does? Pretends girl logo like like you're dead wire still alive? If you want something reach grabbing sick you'll be the only dickerson talk about in two hundred years from issue. That also lovely funeral. Thank you thank. You might be better. Okay what did you like about that? I thought it sort of captured the balance of comedy and drama and also modern and historical I found some of the other trailers really hit the drama heavy and this sort of drama with her dad. And all that but you see like the the fun. She's having with her friends. And Yeah. So how much is that talked about in the writer's Room How historically accurate you need to be versus when when you pitch a joke like what's the ratio of who you know. Have a basis reality versus. It needs to be weird and funny. Yeah. Historical is like utmost importance in the show. We read a ton a ton of research about Emily Dickinson. An also each of the writers are assigned book about either emily or some facet of nineteenth century life then informs episode. They're writing so my episode and season two was takes. Place at a seance table and I read a book about Nineteenth Century Craft and mysticism feminism which was super cool And then my showrunner likes to say that anything that we find In history any fact that we find is going to be better than something we could make up so we ju- we are always looking for little tidbits. I remember I found out that like luxury mean. Salary was luxury item back in the day. And so we fit that in somehow and that's like a punchline. Now it's really. We are scouring books and newspaper articles and all of that stuff to fit in as much as we can. And also the broad strokes of Emily's plot do come from her life and things that she experienced mean. You know a lot of any as you do for consultant on said we yeah. We had We had like a nine eighteen hundreds consultant who we would call a lot about mostly about the politics of the time to make sure we were getting that right on the politics. I mean like literally like in the First Season Her dad runs for Congress and we wanted to make sure when we were talking about and all and the I Q seasons or leading up to the civil war so he wanted to literally make sure we are capturing the political atmosphere the time but What was the first player crystal? Just someone who's keeping you on track about Emily Dickinson to make sure you know. Relationship with their brothers accurately should their fathers accurate. Yeah so we have. We have this one consult but then also showrunner is very close friends with and Emily Dickinson scholar and so we would often call her or we would call the Emily Dickinson. Museum to fact check certain things but yeah a lot of books. I didn't know I knew like your basic high school education availing Dickinson. Which I'm sure I learned in English not even in history so I knew like some of her poems right right. An each episode is sort of based on a poem. Or How's that working? Yeah so each episode is titled. After upon that. Compasses the themes of the episode. So it's not necessarily that. We are picking these points like okay. So like for example She didn't write that first episode for it's titled. I think it's just a death. What's the one and so he's yeah Because I could not stop for death row. She didn't necessarily right that when she was in her early. Twenties or wherever? We're putting her but that encompasses again the themes of the pilot episode And so we draw. We draw a lot of what we know about emily also from her poems because that is most of the literature on her we don't know a ton of specific things about her life necessarily but we know how she thought about things in her life and her they're really struck me in the in the pilot episode when the narrator says all of her poems were found in the maids chest. Yeah and that's why we have them. What if the House burned down there? Just be knowingly Dickinson. I know I know and it was kind of customary. I think relearned to to burn certain things when people passed away but that just never happened because they were hidden in this made stronger and made you wonder how many Emily Dickinson's there are out there. Whose houses burned down. Yeah yeah totally emily. Dickinson is also an interesting one because there were women at the time so it's the it especially reared that she had all these poems and they didn't go anywhere because they could've right other questions chain you an individual with your own ways and ideas outside. Alaska telling his family Questions about sort of the individual versus the collective in the writer's room. Yeah I mean. I think it's I think it's sort of evolves over the period of our writer's room because I think at first it's really important to bring everything you have your own sensibility and all of your own ideas that you have to sort of cast a wide net of things to choose from. And then as the room evolves it's more important to serve the story that is clearly shining through and say we were talking about this in class. But I because I'm also on the show I sort of a bias towards the characters that I wanted to see you do stuff in the second season and that was all fine and fun to to pitch at the beginning and then once you realize that doesn't necessarily serve. The story is my story does but in this very specific way you sort of take a step back I also this show was very interesting because I did find that comedic Louis and emotionally. I like really the show really resonated with me and I did find that my my writing is kind of similar was already kind of similar to Dickinson so I didn't have to do a lot of like reworking of my own voice. Yeah so growing up. What kind of shows were you watching what? Tv shows influenced you the most. What voices. Yeah I I wasn't allowed to watch TV during the day. Which was important because I would just watch cartoons a lot but I remember when I was sixteen. My mom was like you can watch two shows. You can pick shows and you watch them during the week and this was also Netflix. I mean not that much before folks it came out my senior high school but Netflix's in Dvr and all that so. If I couldn't watch anything weekday probably wasn't catching them to chose were gossip girl and Glee and they were incredible influence I would say I love. Gaza.

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"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

To Live & Dialogue in LA

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"apple tv" Discussed on To Live & Dialogue in LA

"From the campus of Yale University. This is to live in dialogue in. La Marriage racing. It's not often that I bring someone to campus. I've never met before someone. I'm just a fan of it would be great for my students to hear from. I'm really excited today to have Sophie. Tucker coming in so fees young actress and writer currently doing both on the breakout hit of Apple. Tv's new slate Dickinson. The show has got rave reviews as a modern retelling of emily. Dickenson story starring. Hailee Steinfeld is a super weird compelling series with Contemporary Dialogue insensibility. It's got a very specific tone. That can't be easy to rate. Sophie started off playing a small role the show and impress the show runner so much with her ideas and her tweets and her personality samples that she got hired to write for season to my favorite story. Sophie told about getting the right for Apple. Tv's girl site. Is that during a read through of an episode. She wrote Tim. Cook walked into watch just walked into the writer's room and sat down. She said he had no notes. Now I get nervous when anybody. Here's my writing read aloud. Imagine if one of the richest men in the world your boss's boss's boss's boss Senate bazaar and about the COOLEST I stafford in gig. I can think of Sufis also had roles on the Marvels Mrs Mazel and Comedy. Central's the other two. And she performs her own work all over New York including Joe's Pub Union Hall Brooklyn Comedy Collective Second City and UCB. So if he was really generous to come up to campus the filming of Dickinson. She slept up here. Spoke to my class. Had Pizza with some students and about to do this larger event all when she is a six. Am Call Time tomorrow morning. So is funny and talented and excited. I can speak about breaking into the industry with freshness that most of my guests can someone on the inside of a giant tech companies inaugural. Tv's and she's a really interesting perspective on the changing TV landscape. I am thrilled to have her here. She is live from Campus Sophie. Sucker.

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"apple tv" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"apple tv" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"I and finally into the darkness a nasty piece of work over on Hulu on December sixth so out of all these trailers that released the only one that made me more interested trysted or about the same interest level was the Irishman which dives into our new releases. Let's talk about new releases over the next couple of weeks so I know I am interested in and checking out the Irishman. I know you said you were interested as well. What is it about the Irishman that makes you want to check it out? I'm big score. Seem Big Pacino. Big Fan of Deniro Nero just watching the trailer and just really kept captivates me. It is based on a book. The whole idea around this this mobster's life in you get to see your different periods it's so the story is set through a whole remains live and so you to see when when the characters young you know middle aged and older and so seeing maybe the pretty much starts from birth to death is Is Not one that you really get to see. A lot is very unique in that fashion. Don't see many movies do that. So I just want to see how the life of the mobster sealife of all these different events. You don't see see that many movies these days based on the premise and just a very authentic idealistic plot just captivates me. Unfortunately the movie's GonNa be like three and a half hours long so it got to prepare air and pack a bunch of snacks but otherwise. That's the one that captivates me the most out of all these different movies sat. Irishman is definitely. I mean that I'm interested in like I said earlier but probably probably for just slightly different reasons. I I've obviously there's other movies out there. Goodfellas casino that also has a lot of the same cast. It's going to be in this film. But Martin Scorsese is a very good director overall and he doesn't really attach himself to projects that you wouldn't expect to be leave very good. So there's that part of then there's also the the other part of it is that this is based off of Wilde's based off of a book. It's based off of true events as well as the idea is that it's following a character a person who actually dealt with a lot of the the mafia teamsters Jimmy Hoffa and I'll be honest a a Jimmy Hoffa. I I know the name. I know the circumstances that you know he disappeared. Nobody knew he went. And when I saw that this was an aspect of the film. Goma like okay. This could be really interesting because it goes it at least the way the trailer trailer makes it seem is that Hoffa was involved with the Mafia but then when the Mafia realized that Hoffa it was a threat they need to get rid of him and whether or not that actually happened. You know. That's anybody's guess. Because nobody really knows what happened to him other than he's no longer round. I'm because it's like so many conspiracy. Yeah exactly it's just one of the great mysteries it's one of those things where it's that's probably the reason it stands out to me the most there. There's a couple of other projects they're releasing. We have were covering two weeks worth of stuff this time around because next week later says Thanksgiving. There's a couple of other projects so I talked about a show called the toys that made us which is a docu series following different toy franchises and giving the history behind them from people who are actually were there in the creation of the toy series and people within the actual toy industry at the at the company level and things but there's another series from the exact same people. Oh that's called the movies and made us and they're doing the exact same thing only they're taking very popular movies and dealing doing interviews with the cast the people behind the scenes and kind of how those movies shaped our society and some of I know I know the first I season is coming out in the next two weeks and it's features Ford over movies. ghostbusters dirty dancing home alone. I don't remember what the other one is. But the there's four four four of those and they're really well done until he's made us is really well done to there's a another docu series as you can tell I watch a lot of docu series. uh-huh keep bringing these up but there's another docu series called broken which is coming from the same people behind the Docu series called rotten. They've just released seasoned to at the beginning. Stober there's another series called broken which deals with industry policies and how they're broken so there's different episode. Each episode is self contained and Topic one of the episodes dealing with how plastic suction is at an all time high and how the industry has a lot of these have to do with how the industry triest passed the book on how to deal with these things to the consumer rather than dealing with those situations themselves. So that's something that I'm extremely interested in on the last one. One is extra avant Disney plus. There's a new series called one day at Disney which is going to follow fifty two different employees from the Disney Company and and show-how their individual lives how they go about their normal day of work. I don't I I remember them announcing the project and thinking all this can be really interesting testing but then I found out a little bit more details. There's actually fifty two episodes guessing consecutively. They're gonNA be releasing these one per week for the next year but unfortunately I was thinking. ooh This'll be a great way of seeing. How some of these people you know go about doing their work but then I found out? Of course. It's another one of those five to seven minute segments instead instead of an actual episode. So it's not a whole lot of content but you'll get to see and explore a lot of the different types of people who work for The Walt Disney Company. So I'm I am interested in it despite its shortcomings. There's a bunch of content if you're unaware of which content is coming out here wanting to know what kind of content is coming out. I I got an idea. Head over towards the stream wars dot co slash streaming. You'll find a content calendar all the content that is currently out from the past two weeks as well as the upcoming content. That's coming out in the near future. So I encourage you guys to check that out is very useful and while there are other sites that that produce calendars and there's articles out there. This is pretty pretty. Well made in the fact that it can be filter. You can filter out certain services. You can filter out certain types types of content so definitely check on it if you haven't already so with all of that being said let's go to wrap up this episode quota. Encourage you guys to follow us us on twitter and join our discord where you can find all of these articles that we are talking about and all these announcements for the content as we actually find them they are posted sit on twitter and on our scored you can follow us on instagram follies. UPDATES for the podcast itself when we released a new episode. We always post over on Instagram instagram. In addition to that you can send email at the streaming wars at g mail DOT COM. Where we will get.

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"apple tv" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"apple tv" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"She skills hair. I've got a new feature integration to tell you about if you have an apple. TV guess what you can now access Amazon music on your apple TV which is a little bit strange because apple well and Amazon have not necessarily been playing nice with each other but nevertheless if you do have either the standard or the four K.. Model of the Apple TV. You can can now enable pair. Your Music Application Amazon music on the Apple TV. Now here's the little catch. It does not give you access yes to the wide range of music on the apple. TV But you do get access to all of the music that is bought or imported into the Minute Library Library of your Amazon music subscription. So if you do have A catalog of music within those sections. Then it might be worth all set up particularly if you do want to listen to your Amazon music while you're using your apple. TV will you will be able to scroll through lyrics like you can with the Amazon music desktop. So that's cool and it's interesting. This is not available all around the world but it is available in Canada. So there you go apple TV Amazon music. You sort of a collaboration. There they're both available or they work together on the Apple T._v.. Enjoy that and talk to you tomorrow. Brief cast dot.

"apple tv" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"apple tv" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"Apple TV plus in the last couple episodes we've talked about Netflix and Amazon and as we move forward through the current state of streaming services will be getting to a lot of the other ones this summer we're talking about Apple TV plus specifically the reason why is because Apple TV plus is the next one that will actually be launching as the main ones that we are covering here on the Stream Wars Amazon Netflix had been around and been in the game for quite some time but there's a new slew of services coming very soon and apple TV pluses wants you on November first and it will have just a little bit of a jump on Disney plus and then a couple of months jump on the arrest of the services that we're going to be covering indepth peacocking. Hbo Max so Apple TV Plus Apple has been a company that is a behemoth and I'm GonNa just real briefly a quick disclaimer which is this my my history with apple is not exactly the most ideal for someone who's obviously talking what apple as a company specifically because when apple started to get really really big in the mid two thousands I was one of those people who into be contrary for the Sega Ping country ipods were blowing up getting super popular than the introduced the iphone and I just did not want want to jump on the bandwagon I refused to be one of the people who are jumping on the Apple Bandwagon my wife on the other hand was all in we had we had MAC MAC book we had an Ipad we had I wish she never had an iphone but we had ipods seems like you you lost the battle house we're lucky we lost the battle in the house but we always had our separate stuff I'm still a PC guy by nature but it really came down to just did not want to be an apple person and then there was no real reason for it other than I just wanted to go against the grain I've ever I've always very much been like the type of person wants to go against the grain and at the I'm going against the grain was not doing apple the other part of it was where was living at the time. Et obviously is most people know was the original carrier for the iphone and I had a carrier and where I live actually received the letter in the mail that said hey we appreciate you as a customer blood need to find another carrier because we're no longer recovering you in your area and it was basically I had moved there I lived there for over a year and they basically said we need to leave because you've been under roaming this entire time while you are not having to pay extra because you have nationwide we are not going to cover you so this was before the iphone actually launched and all that it was only a matter of time before eighteen came back to the area but I was also very upset with at and T. because I basically had to Lee you've a company that I was very happy with at the time because of that so as a lot of a lot of snowballing into a bigger thing but it really just came down to it just didn't want to be an apple person I didn't want to have to relearn all kinds of technology and it was very much being an old grumpy old man and I was only twenties so so it really just came down to that so when I see when we're talking about apple I have to be up front I haven't kept with apple other than just the broader picture of things you know I know when there's new phones and the keynotes into that they have and I know that you know when they announced things but for the most part I don't keep up on a normal basis with everything going on with apple just because I don't keep up with because I don't have any of the apple technology so wanted to preface everything we're seeing here because my information this is the company that I probably know the least about compared to all the other companies that are outdoors nobody I personally have the experience with because it's a company I've had the least Interaction with outside of just the general knowledge area of you know being in tune with technology and business and things like that so I just wanted to make sure I say that a front so Tony what's your history with apple because you're probably a better you might be a better person talk about it yeah right on the floor next to me is my macbook pro sitting on the couch episode me is my iphone I have an IPAD in my bedroom so I used apple for a very long time so I get the whole point of Bandwagon was Guy of Anti Bandwagon in at the time is game of thrones that was like decrease and I was so wrong on knocking on the game of thrones hype until like two years ago was really upset with myself apple I I found a long time using it I always from the computer's very slick I always wanted to ipod ipod classic which at the time not that cool but now they've kind of become retro in their actually worth something which is interesting when the when that's when the ipod touch came out was it was in junior high and I realized how different that was from anything that I've seen film wise uh you know a portable hand held computers the pirates kind of that's very old school type thing going on you can do a lot in my friend he broke his first or second generation jailbreak things and all these cool APPs and I'm sitting there and I'm like this is the future the touchscreen is amazing my brother had this is crappy windows phone and it just didn't piece of crap and seeing this ipod touch single beautiful was simple and innovative I'm like okay that's the future and apple really changed the world with their ad I choose with that kind of a package deal you know the change the music world it's their company had new life because the ipod and so when the iphone came out you know once again it put apple and a totally different gear it's of eighteen t for success because I think at the time eighteen was was awful but you know they could use a little bit more business and having an exclusive deal with with apple for a couple years you know really help them out I was raised in customer will when I when I first came out it was a lot of phones to my my family was Brian Ross family is the best service in area and that was always frustrating how the most innovative phone for Verizon was the blackberry toucher storm or whatever and then for at iphone the does it really matter like Max author at my time I'm also a audio engineer and so sometimes in the creative side like you know crucial sounded professional editing having a Mac is useful some the programs work a little bit better I've special software on on my Mac that can help do different things that it's hard to get so apple fiddle long experience for the Good Experience Totally Get the bandwagon thing I'm stuck with apple ecosystem just because sort of just bought APPs with apple like super diehard apple person but it's yeah totally totally understand that yes comparison to Destin my my history with apples or positive basically the complete one eighty from me yes but yes I mean it really just the thing is completely years ago I worked at best buy for for a brief time and I sold computers and anybody who came in who is looking to do stuff beautifully we'd always tried to sell them apple computers because they came with preloaded software there was well those way above beyond anything you would be getting on pc but on top that you'd have to pay extra for it on a PC and the thing is like I completely understand the fundamental reasons why apple computers are better than P. C. and how pc computers can be better in certain aspects mostly it comes down to price and the affordability when it comes to large scale amounts of computers businesses and things like that I can completely I see the differences and I understand the differences it was just like I said it was really just that bandwagon thing I just didn't want to get on it eventually while my wife was got into it and things like that the one thing that we just never got into his iphones but the iphone really did change the entire hi dear of what a cell phone could be and things like that and kind of going back to what you were saying the ipod really changed the entire market because it started with the ipod and itunes and and eventually when you look at the history of Itunes it kind of it obviously still exists to this day but I- tunes is solely morphed and transformed and a become larger and now when you look at Apple TV plus this is like the version of not I tuned specifically obviously because I tunes is still there you can still buy music and movies and TV shows and things like that on I tunes but when you look at the the path of apple getting to Apple TV plus I tunes is definitely at the beginning of that path well you could say that apple TV is like the founding father of streaming streaming supposed to tie everything together but if you think about it like okay there's napster but no one cares but if you wanted music at the time right it's either you know CDs or finals but vinyls and CDs it's only how you type tapes sorry that for nearly three mediums to get music they're all physical copies and I tunes was the most popular most successful way to buy MP threes on demand and then from there it was probably the only place you can buy movies on demand to for for really and then from there I tunes then yet spotify Ashdod music streaming and then you add itunes movies and then he net flicks so yes yeah apple is really kind of got fingers in a bunch of different areas yeah and the Apple TV the idea of the apple TV the whole intent of it was to basically be something be a device that connect television so that you could watch your shows that you purchase through itunes. uh-huh somewhere besides your mobile devices your ipods and your computers so apple TV has existed since two thousand seven I introduced the first TV device and it's upgraded and there was real I I remember a couple years back in two thousand seventeen when they released the four K. version of it there was a lot of people who made a really big deal about how cool that was because it was the first device that really got into making sure that you can stream four k. and then fork and while four K. had been popular prior to two thousand seventeen there wasn't any streaming devices that were able to do that the ones that could do hd which would be ten eighty p but not four K. itself so definitely when you look at it they designed this to be apple TV originally was device that will also be able to provide exclusive content nuts exclusive specifically to apple TV products or apple devices but apple TV is now going to be able to have apple TV plus on it and one of the things the one of the things I remember hearing about I when they announced Apple TV plus was I assumed that it was going to be a service that you had to have the apple TV device in order to actually use the APP or you had to have an apple device in general and it was just not understanding at the time when they first announced it because I couldn't comprehend the idea of them having an APP on other services mostly because anytime you try to use itunes on any android device or something like that not not specifically now but back in the day they were real hell-bent about not having their software able to be on other devices that were not they are branded stuff in general in the thing is so might regional assumption was why would why would they launch a service that only apple P. Apple customers can use and it'll be pre it'll be available on APP.

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