Here’s episode 18 of our audio podcast Deadline Big Media With David Lieberman, who is just back from a week at the Consumer Electronics Show. This week he and host David Bloom discuss some of the notable news and products out of the show and what it means for media and entertainment companies. They’ll discuss whether all those giant, thin, super-high-resolution screens will sell more movies and TV; the latest initiative to entice consumers into the Ultraviolet world and whether it can help shore up the sagging sales of DVDs and Blu-Ray discs; and the departure of Hulu’s CEO and what that means for the streaming-video giant.
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