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Tuesday, 06 June 2006 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Nothing makes a Sunday better than knowing that I have a new Sopranos episode being recorded to my high definition TiVo. This Sunday, this year’s installment of Season Six comes to an end and reportedly there will only be eight episodes remaining to somehow wrap up all of the loose ends. If you have been following the plot lines, it leaves a lot of explaining to do for David Chase and his excellent staff of writers. It also leaves a gaping hole in the HBO lineup.
Tuesday, 11 April 2006 ,  Written by
Things arexxheating up in June on VOOM HD Networks, television's largest and most diverse suite of high-definition channels. Follow the search for the next Artstar on GALLERY HD; catch the world high-def premieres of 17 James Bond films on FILMFEST HD; and experience the horror of a frightening Frankenstein marathon on MONSTERS HD.
Friday, 24 March 2006 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Last week’s lead-off episode of “South Park’s” new season immediately dealt with the character issue of Chef (played by Isaac Hayes) leaving the show because of the actor supposedly being offended by an topic on an episode last season that depicted the religion of Scientology in an unfavorable light. Isaac Hayes is one of Scientology’s biggest stars, along with the likes of Tom Cruise and John Travolta.
Tuesday, 14 March 2006 ,  Written by
Legendary soul singer and Academy Award winner, Isaac Hayes, is reported by CNN to be leaving the Comedy Central hit animation show South Park. According to a statement released by Matt Stone, one of the show’s creators, Hayes is upset over a recent episode that pokes fun at Scientology – a religion that Hayes is one of the more prominent members.
Thursday, 16 February 2006 ,  Written by
MovieBeam, Inc. today introduced the new MovieBeam System and launched its movies-on-demand service in 29 major metropolitan areas across the U.S., including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. The MovieBeam movies-on-demand service provides instant access to an ever-changing lineup of new releases and other popular favorites from virtually every major Hollywood studio. There are always 100 movies immediately available, with up to 10 new titles automatically delivered digitally each week – including select movies in high definition (HD) – via Movie Beam’s data casting technology. The MovieBeam System is composed of: 1) a set-top box that stores, protects and plays movies; 2) a small indoor antenna that receives new movies to automatically refresh the selection; and 3) a simple 0remote control that facilitates navigation of the intuitive user interface.
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