Some people simply love to know what will happen in a TV show or in a movie before they actually see the end of an episode. Others simply despise this and will hate it in the event that someone spoils the ending of a movie. Since you are here, we will assume that you are in the first category. It is really important that you realize the fact that there are sites out there that will offer fake spoilers. They have to be avoided and we will highlight some really simple ways in which you can find the spoilers you are looking for. Believe it or not, everything is much simpler than you may think at the moment.
Specialized Movie News Sites
Most of the well-known movie sites will frequently offer spoilers. You just need to be subscribed and you will receive news as soon as the site has it. It is not at all difficult to find spoilers ranging from what will happen in wrestling shows that are broadcasted on TV to Days Of Our Lives spoilers. Read more
Many people have co-hosts for their podcasts, radio shows, web shows and television shows. Some even have co-bloggers for their blog. Why? Because you can create a great environment for your tribe when you have two people at the helm.p>
There are a few people who do it really well. Think Regis and Kelley- Well, now it’s Kelly and Michael! Che Brown and Trevor Otts own it in the online webinar space. Penn Jillette had a co-host on his blog talk radio show. Co-hosting is an art! Read more
Infographic: The History of British Television
No invention has impacted human life as much as the television. While the Japanese hold a reputation or being the most technically advanced country on the planet and certainly lead the way with regards to television innovations, it’s the British who deserve most of the credit. Long before smart phones, tablets and even home computers, British-born inventor John Logie Baird created the world’s first mechanical television in 1925. While he wasn’t the first to propose the idea, he was the first to create moving greyscale image – which had a scan rate of a mere 12.5 pictures per second. During subsequent years he significantly advanced the technology and even managed to transmit a long-distance signal from London to Edinburgh (438 miles) through a telephone line in 1927.
But early history aside, the real history of television began decades later in the 1950s when it started to become a feature of the everyday home. During this time there were an abundance of innovations regarding analogue and digital technology, which paved the way for trends that are still present in the industry today. Read more