Video game addiction: China imposes gaming curfew for minors

God may be a gamer (see the post above), but that doesn’t exactly make online gaming popular in a little country called…um…The People’s Republic of China.

In other words, “Oy!”

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Last Week’s Most Important Cord Cutting Developments – 1/12/21

Cord Cutters News gives us the latest on the cord cutting front. Discovery+ Launches, Roku’s Record Numbers, CES 2021 Previews, and More!

Cord Cutters Video Channel:
Cord Cutters Web Site: read article

The Most Important TV/Film Writing News That Happened While We Were Away

Sorry to be late with this latest update from the Writers Guild of America. We were busy gorging ourselves celebrating the end of %$#@! 2020.

From the Writers Guild of America West.

December 29, 2020
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Police Have a ‘Secret Weapon’ to Stop Fans Streaming Pirate TV

Usually in this Tuesday morning space we bring the latest developments in cord cutting. The latest positive developments, we mean. Today, however, to get the New Year off to a start, we’ve got a whole other angle to explore.

What do you think about the substance of the article below? Positive? Negative? Let us know.

by Andy Maxwell

Police, anti-piracy groups, and sports companies are fighting a battle, not only to prevent pirate IPTV services from operating but also to stop fans from becoming illegal streaming customers. Interestingly, a potent part of their arsenal consists only of carefully constructed words that, when delivered into the hands of the lazy and unscrupulous, can be amplified to distort and mislead. read article

Herbie J Pilato: Best Christmas Cinema Classics

EDITOR’S NOTE: Part I of Christmas Joy brought to us all by TVWriter™ legendary Contributing Editor Emeritus Herbie J Pilato.

by Herbie J Pilato

They just don’t make ’em like they used to. read article