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Star Trek is coming back to TV. Unfortunately, it'll cost you $10 per month to see it.


I've been a Star Trek fan since the early 70s, so I was super excited to hear there was a new series in the works. The series will be called "Star Trek Discovery" and it takes place about 10 years before the timeline of the original 1960s series.

It's been a while since Star Trek was on TV, so I was looking forward to the new series until I heard that you need to subscribe to their CBS All-Access service to see it. For what it's worth, I don't mind paying a monthly fee for streaming services. I already pay for Amazon Prime and Netflix, but this is different. Other than Star Trek Discovery, CBS doesn't have ANYTHING I'd be willing to pay for, so it's not worth paying $120 per year for jus... [More]

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TV Remotes With Radio Buttons

TV Remotes should have Radio Buttons to jump directly to your favorite channels.


It's impossible to keep track of all your favorite TV channels these days because there are literally thousands of channels. Wouldn't it be great if you could assign each of your favorite channels to a simple one-button "Radio Button", just like in your car?

Setting it up would be just like on your car radio. First, you go to your channel the old fashioned way, then hold down one of your favorites button until it locks it in. After that, a quick tap will take you directly to the same channel.

Why isn't there at least one network for philanthropy?


Cable TV has hundreds of network in dozen's of categories, such as sports, movies, politics, and children's programming, yet with all that variety, I've never seen a channel devoted to philanthropy.

Anyone who's ever seen the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon knows exactly how powerful TV can be for raising money or awareness for a charity. The MDA Telethon brought attention and much needed funding to an otherwise obscure disease by combining entertainment, information and emotion.

Because of this, I think there should be at least one cable TV channel devoted exclusively to philanthropy. The channel itself would likely need to be a non-profit organization, with an independent board responsible for programming. Larger n... [More]

Continue...Fundraising and Philanthropy Cable TV Channels...

What's the point of showing movie credits if you can't read them?


We get it. Networks don't expect anyone to have the patience to sit through 8 minutes of boring credits, so they will do anything they can to avoid showing them, and moving on to the next program. The most common technique is to shrink the credits to a tiny box on the bottom of the screen and play them at 90 miles per hour.

At that size and speed, there is absolutely no chance anyone can read them.

Personally, I think they should show the all the original credits, just as they were when they were originally created. Not only does this give each of the people who worked on the movie or show the credit they deserve, but it also gives the audience a chance to take a break, and even enjoy the music.

The mai... [More]

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Believe it or not, some people have never seen Star Wars.


I take it for granted that everyone's seen Star Wars, but the fact is, some people haven't seen it, and there's a good reason. It's rarely on TV, and they may not be the kind of people who invest in buying DVDs or BluRay Discs, especially for movies they've never seen before.

Think about it. If you didn't see the original when it was in theaters in 1977, there were very few chances to see it unless you were willing to purchase a copy.

Since some people rarely purchase movies, that means they probably haven't seen it. That's a shame.


Unfortunately, now that Disney owns the Star Wars franchise, the chances of seeing it on regular TV are even smaller, because Disney has a history of holding back when it comes... [More]

Continue...Why Star Wars Should Be on Regular TV More Often...

Why Aren't There Any Talking Zombies?

Zombies are cool. Talking Zombies would be even better.


There have been countless movies and TV shows featuring zombies, but what you never see are talking zombies. It's been that way since the 60s, when Night Of The Living Dead, the first major zombie movie was released.

Ever since then just about every zombie movie has followed the same basic formula. Dead people wake up, and start walking around looking for people to eat. Most of them walk very slowly, and for the most part, they dress alike. Apparently being dead also means your clothing should have lots of holes in them. For those who were dead for years, I could understand that, but most zombies are the recently dead, so they should look pretty well dressed, but I digress.

I think a talking zombie would be far... [More]

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Sports on TV isn't really live.


There's something special about seeing a sporting event as it actually happens. The funny thing is when you watch an event on TV, it's actually delayed about 10-30 seconds, so if you were on the phone with someone who was actually at the game, they can tell you what's going to happen before you see it on TV.

The primary reason for the delay is to give the broadcasters an opportunity to censor out any offensive language before it hits the airwaves. That few extra seconds makes a big difference when a sportscaster gets overly excited and accidentally curses on the air.

That said, there's no reason why they can't give people the opportunity to watch the video portion in real-time... as it happens, along with live crowd noises, then play the co... [More]

Continue...Remove The Video Time Delay From Sports on TV...

A TV and Video Game Odometer

Do you know how long you or your children spend watching TV or playing video games? You'd be surprised at how long the typical teenager spends playing video games.

I think most people today don't, so today's Idea of the Day is a TV and Video Game Odometer setting that measures how long you watch TV or play video games, so families can make smart choices for how much time they spend using the TV.

Bring Back American Bandstand

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American Bandstand was an American Institution.


It's been a long time since ABC's American Bandstand went off the air. For many people it was more than just a weekly dance show featuring the latest music of the day, it was a snapshot of American culture in a neat little package.

If you wanted a snapshot of the latest music, dance, fashion, hairstyles, makeup and language of each generation, you didn't need to look any further than Bandstand to see it. Every week, the studio was packed with young people decked out in their trendiest outfits ready to dance to the latest music.

The best part of the show was when Dick Clark would talk to the dancers and ask them to rate the newest songs. Depending on the decade, typical responses would be that they thought it was "Swell", "... [More]

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Universal Volume Settings

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Have you ever noticed that the volume numbers on TVs mean absolutely nothing?


I find it funny that most TVs today show a number on the screen when you adjust the volume, but the number itself is meaningless.

Let's say your current TV is set at 25, and you buy a new TV and set it at 25... will the volume be the same? Probably not. In fact, even on the same TV, if you measured the sound on two different channels, the volume could be dramatically different. Not only that, even on the same channel, on the same TV the volume in the commercials will be much higher than the show you were watching. That's pretty stupid.

That's why there needs to be some kind of standards. If nothing else, if the TV has numbers, they should move from 0 to 100, where each number is a percentage... [More]

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TV Remotes with "Radio Buttons"

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Why don't TV remotes have "Radio Buttons" to let you jump to your favorites?


From the earliest days or car radios, the most popular feature has been the six buttons that let you jump directly to your favorite stations. It was particularly important in car radios because drivers can't take their eyes off the road for more than a second.

With these six buttons, drivers don't even need to know the actual station numbers. All they need to do is hit button #2 and it jumps directly to what they're looking for. After a while, some drivers only listen to the stations in their presets so it's become important enough for some stations to remind listeners to save their station in the presets.

Now that there are so many cable and satellite stations, why don't we see remotes with p

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TVs with Remote Finder Button

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Can't find your remote?


Let's face it. Just about everyone misplaces their remote from time to time. One minute you're holding it in your hand, the next minute you reach for it and it's not there. Perhaps your phone rang, and you took it with you to another room. Or you left it on the kitchen table when you stopped for a snack. Or even left it in the bathroom. Either way, it's a pain in the neck finding the thing.

Wouldn't it be easier if your TV had a simple button that made your remote beep to remind you where it is? It's so simple, yet I've never seen one that can do that. A lot of cordless phones already have this feature, and it comes in handy when you wander around the house with your phone.

The first step is making remotes truly wireless, not infrared. W

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Do we really need reality TV shows that feature illegal activity?


I saw a show on the Discovery Channel about Moonshining that features a disclaimer telling you it's illegal. Most of the show centers around the ins and outs of hiding their operations from the police. One segment focused on looking for a new place to hide their still, and other segments were about delivering their product to customers without getting caught.

Because of the popularity of the show, the Moonshiners eventually built a "Legitimate" version of their product, but it bothers me that they focus so much of the show on hiding from the law.

They spend so much time on the show talking about how they hide from the police that I couldn't help but wonder if the camera crew would be just as guilty if the

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TVs are Too Complicated

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Isn't technology supposed to make things easier?


When I was young, a TV had two basic dials. One turned it on and adjusted the volume, and the other changed the channel. Technically, there was a third dial, the UHF dial, but nobody used it. It had nothing but static.

Years later, as cable TV, DVD and Blu-Ray discs, gaming consoles, and home theaters came along things started to get complicated. It's not just an issue of a plugging in a couple of new wires and remotes. For many people, their TV is so complicated they need to hire a professional installer to help them plug everything in, and explain how to use it.

As a tech guy, so I'm often the Go-To Guy people call when they can't figure out technology and I've had more people ask me to get their TV working than I can... [More]

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Wireless TV Connectors

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Why do TVs still need a wired connection?


Before cable TV came along, every TV in the world got it's signal from giant broadcasting towers that were many miles away. The picture was pretty crude by today's standards, but it worked.

Now that cable TV has become mainstream, isn't it strange that our TVs have wired connections? Think about it. We used to get a TV signal from over 30 miles away, but cable boxes don't have the ability to send a picture to a TV located 3 feet away?

All TVs should have Bluetooth or other short range wireless technology built-in, so it that can be paired with cable boxes, game consoles, and streaming players like Apple TV, or Google Chromecast.


Wireless connections not only makes connections neater, it also means that TVs need fewer HDMI... [More]

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Welcome Back, Barbarino

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Here's a movie I'd love to see...


If you grew up in the 70s, you will remember Welcome Back Kotter. It was a huge hit, and it launched John Travolta's career.

The premise was simple. Gabe Kaplan plays a schoolteacher named Gabe Kotter, who was a founding member of a gang of misbehaving students called the "Sweathogs". The Sweathogs were a group of out of control kids who weren't expected to graduate. Kotter returns to his old high school as a teacher and he's assigned to a new generation of Sweathogs, including Vinny Barbarino, played by John Travolta.

The newer Sweathogs are just as out of control as Kotter's generation, but because of his roots, he knows how to relate to them and he becomes a great mentor to them. Like Kotter, Barbarino is the head of the Sweathogs.... [More]

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Pay-Per-Show. TV A La Carte

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Why is TV so expensive?


According to a recent study, The Average American pays over $90 per month for 172 channels that they don't watch.. Some pay even more, and they still don't watch most of the channels they pay for. What a waste of money.

Thankfully some cable companies are now offering A La Carte plans, allowing you to reduce the number of channels by selecting popular groups of channels. While this is a good start, they don't give you the flexibility to select only the channels you plan on watching.

Wouldn't it be great if you only paid for the shows you actually watch?


This would be the perfect o... [More]

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Daily Talk Show. 7 Days... 7 Hosts!

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Why not create a daily show that's actually different each day?


A daily talk show that has a different host for each day of the week would be revolutionary. The show would run the same time every night, from the same set, and on the same network. While it would still be the same show, the diversity of the hosts would make each night entirely different, with it's own distinct energy and atmosphere.

Not only does it give the audience a break from the same host every single day, it gives the host an entire week to prepare for their next show.


It also has the potential to bring more diverse guests, because hosts tend to book guests that fit their unique personality, including a lot of the people they've worked with in the past.

By having 7 hosts, it has the potential... [More]

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Netflix NOW... Prime Time Programming.

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On-demand services are wonderful, but schedule programming is an EVENT.


I realize that the whole point of Netflix is that the entire service is on-demand, so you can watch whatever you want, whenever you want. That's all fine and dandy, but I think they should have scheduled programming too.

When I was in grade school, Tuesdays were special; that's when Happy Days came on. The next day, everyone in class talked about it. Although none of us watched it together, Tuesdays at 8m belonged to us. It was an event we all shared together.

That's what's missing from on-demand services like Netflix, an event. Now that they have original programming, they need to schedule specific times for first run episodes to run, so everyone in the country can watch at the same time. They ca... [More]

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Why have TVs become so complicated?


Ever since the late 70s, people have come to me with their technical problems. One odd trend that I've noticed is that people are finding it harder and harder to use their TVs. Instead of asking me to solve complex computer issues, I'm often asked to help people figure out how to get their TV systems to work.

Back in the old days, TVs weren't that complicated. You plugged in an antenna, and simply turned it on. Once VCRs, surround sound, video games, cable, and satellite TV came along, things started to get complicated. Getting them all to work is a complete mess.

At the root of the mess is that TVs have become more like a monitor without a tuner. Almost everything plugs in using HDMI jacks, and comes with it's own remote control.
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Have you ever attended a book reading? It's magical.


I have to admit it. When I was young, I didn't like books. I dreaded every book I was assigned to read, and I didn't read many books on my own. However, I loved when my teachers read to the class.

In grammar school, back in the 70s, one of my teachers read a chapter a day from books like "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "The Hobbit". After each chapter, there was a collective sigh as each of us hoped she would continue reading, so we wouldn't have to wait until the next day for more.

After that my interest in books declined once again, until I was lucky enough to have a wonderful high school teacher who read Shakespeare to the class every day. Dr. Driscoll brought the characters to life and energized every c... [More]

Continue...Book Reading TV Network. A Channel Devoted to Books....
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Do you remember when MTV played music?


Back in the early 80s, MTV had a clear identity. They played music videos day and night, with real people introducing the songs, just like a radio station. MTV was revolutionary, and it gave the music industry a visual element that changed the way people listened to music.


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As MTV became more popular, every artist made videos for their music, hoping to be featured on the channel. Prior to MTV, many people didn't even know what most musicians looked like. One benefit was that many unknown artists reached a larger audience if they had a cool looking video.



Like any business, it's important that people know who you are, and it's important that you know who your customers are. With MTV,... [More]

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Cat Video Network

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It's amazing how many people watch cat videos each day.


Let's face it, cat videos are addictive. Although some people won't admit it, millions of people watch them every day.

Cat videos are pretty unique. While some people spend a lot of time and money on high end cameras, lighting, and other effects to create a video that goes viral, anyone with a cat can get millions of views by using their cell phone to record their cat coughing up a hairball. That's incredible.

While it's hard to understand why cats coughing up hairballs would be popular, who can resist a video of a cat, dressed in a shark costume, chasing a small duck, while riding a Roomba vacuum cleaner?



So if cat videos are so popular online, wh... [More]

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TV Remote Controls Suck

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Why are TV remotes so bad?


Technology today moves at an incredible pace, but somehow TV remotes are just as bad as they were over 30 years ago. In fact, I'd say they are worse.

Where do I start?

1. Most of them still use Infra-Red, which means they only work when you point them directly at the TV or cable box. Depending on where the sensor is, you often have to hold it in awkward positions. A modern remote should use BlueTooth or WiFi.

2. There are WAY too many buttons. I don't know about you, but that means I hit the wrong one way too often. Take a lesson from Apple. With an iPod, you can pick a song from a list of thousands with just a dial or wheel, so why not consider an alternate to all those buttons.

3. Up and down buttons for channels was pretty cool, whe... [More]

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Commercial TV Should Be FREE

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How did we get to the point where we pay for commercial TV?


This one boggles my mind. Back in the old days, TV was free. It was pretty simple. The networks made millions off the commercials, so there was no reason to charge people to watch. The only exception was a small percentage of people in remote areas who paid a small fee for cable TV, because they were too far to get regular over the air reception.

It also made sense when HBO introduced the first premium subscription commercial free channel. Without commercials, it was perfectly clear why they charged for the service. Very simple to understand.

Somehow we've reached a point where the typical cable TV bill is over $100, and nearly every channel has commercials.


Every few years, at least one of the major... [More]

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Our gadgets have come a long way in the past few decades, but our remote controls are stuck in the 90s.


Most of us have so many remote controls, it makes your head spin. The one thing in common is that none of them use Bluetooth.

Take one of those remotes and look at it. Really look at it. How on earth did we advance as a society, yet we still have Stanford Engineers designing remote controls that have 25 year old technology?

If you are reading this in the future, go ahead and laugh at us.


Even if you look at state-of-the-art remote controls, from the top-of-the-line Sony, LG or Samsung TVs, they are chock full of buttons that you can't even read... yet the only ones that get heavy use are simply channel up, channel down, power and volume. What's worse, is they... [More]

Continue...5 Reasons Devices Should All Have Bluetooth Remotes...
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Today I was thinking about Fred Rogers, and how special Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood was.


More than anything, I was thinking about how so many of today's children will never know who he was. That's sad.

There are countless shows geared at children today, including some very high quality shows, but there's a big hole in children's television where Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood once stood.

So many of today's children's shows are the product of two distinct factories of thought... entertainment or purely academic education. These shows are formulated and tested by focus groups that end up producing a highly polished, but watered down message. Don't get me wrong, I love the fact that children have a lot more diversity of characters, and they gain as much watching TV as they would in... [More]

Continue...TV Needs More Shows Like Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood... The Seinfeld of Children's TV...

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In some cases, patents may already exist for these ideas, in other cases, there may not be any existing patents and you are free to develop and explore the viability of developing and patenting the ideas.

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