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Televised Revolution – Episode 223

We have a mixed bag of stories to discuss this week. Simon is off on assignment, so Dan and Dennis pick up the slack and discuss: Quickflix scores a cash injection. TV Central goes down. Kerri-Anne Kennerley officially signs with Seven. Is the Apple TV on the horizon?

We have a mixed bag of stories to discuss this week. Simon is off on assignment, so Dan and Dennis pick up the slack and discuss:

  • Quickflix scores a cash injection.
  • TV Central goes down.
  • Kerri-Anne Kennerley officially signs with Seven.
  • Is the Apple TV on the horizon?

Late in the podcast we briefly discuss comic book TV adaptations. If you’re interested in reading Doctor Who, Star Trek, True Blood, Smallville, or one of the many other shows currently adapted as comic books, I recommend getting along to your local comic shop to see what’s available. In Brisbane, I quite like the staff at Comics Etc. The staff are very friendly and will always go out of their way to help out new customers who don’t quite know what they’re looking for. In other states, might I suggest checking out Kings Comics in Sydney, All Star Comics in Melbourne, and Adelaide Comic Centre in Adelaide. If comic stores are still a bit off-putting, or inconvenient, you might want to check out the digital comics available via Comixology.

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About the author

Dan Barrett

Dan Barrett is the Content Producer of Televised Revolution and serves as Deputy Editor for Mediaweek. His musings on television have been heard across ABC Radio, on websites like The Guardian and Crikey, and to strangers on the train during the commute home. He finds nothing wrong in spending entire weeks watching nothing but Cheers.

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