Where Can I Find TV Show Spoilers?

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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.

Personal Blogs

People that frequently watch a specific talk show and that have blogs may actually publish spoilers. Sometimes this happens without them even realizing that they do this as they discuss what happens in a specific episode. The great thing about this option is that you can so easily make sure that the spoilers that are presented are accurate since the blogger actually watched the ending before blogging. This is a certainty that does not always appear when dealing with the larger websites.

YouTube

Most people do not know much about how to use the advanced YouTube search feature. You can take advantage of this by simply looking at the latest videos that are uploaded in the past 24 hours. After a show is off the air, there will be some YouTube channel hosts that will review TV show episodes. You can see exactly what they believe and find out what happened. In some cases the spoilers even include video footage.

Movie Lover Forums

There are some movie forums out there that are dedicated to a specific TV show and there are some that are general. In both situations you can ask questions and get answers while also seeing threads that are especially created to highlight spoilers that some people want to read. While in some cases what is presented is just a rumor, many of the forums do offer accurate information since the forum members have some inside sources that they use.

As you can so easily notice, there are many options that are available for those that are looking for TV shows and movie spoilers. These are just some that are really popular and you can even find spoilers on review sites. While that is definitely great, you should still double check all the spoilers that you find. Not all of those that are found on the internet are what actually happens. Some are just what some fans would want to see so double checking is a really good idea.

Ever thought of Co-hosting?

January 13, 2015 by  
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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.

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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!

Co-hosting is a great way to learn quickly with a partner who can give you great feed back. Even if you just have a chance to Co-host for one show, you should do it. Why bother? Exposure to their market.

Co-hosting is a great way to spin off your own show or podcast! You’ll have an audience ready to follow you.

Soon you will be hearing about Wright Place Studios. This is where I will be media training and producing shows for people. With this training, you can start off your show with success and not wait years to grow your audience.

The History of British Television

November 24, 2014 by  
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Infographic: The History of British Television

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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.

1950s and 1960s

One of the first British television broadcasts was the current affairs programme Panorama, which is still one of the BBC’s most prized possessions. The 50s and 60s also brought us Blue Peter and the Apollo 11 moon landings. One of the most innovative shows of the time was Coronation Street, which is often credited as the first mainstream soap opera. It started in 1960 and was originally scheduled for only 13 episodes; however, even today it remains to be one of the most popular shows in the UK.

1970s and 1980s

During the 70s and 80s Hollywood started making its way to television screens. Movies were no longer reserved for the cinema and British terrestrial channels started to create single drams and mini serials. During the latter half of the 70s the video recorder was invented, which at the time was one of the most noteworthy innovations in the industry. In the early 80s the largest ever broadcast was aired – the wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles.

1990s and 2000s

The late 90s had the biggest technical innovation in the industry since the video recorder; the broadcasting of digital widescreen. In just over a decade this would phase out the old analogue models for good. In the 00s two of the most iconic television sitcoms ever created were launched, The Office and The Inbetweeners, which would go on to be remade in countries all over the world. This solidified Britain’s position at the forefront of creative broadcasting.

2010s and Beyond

Major changes occurred in the 2010s to the way we watch television. With the creation of online viewing platforms such as Netflix and Love Film, the whole industry moved portable. Now smart phones, tablets and laptop computers can access all of the latest television shows and movies anywhere in the world. This major change also caused a shift in the creative process. Many new television shows and movies are now “download only”, which has helped independent production companies find distribution and exposed the world to even more material.

ADS Digital have compiled a detailed infographic covering the history of British television programming since the 1950s. From the timeline we can see just how much the British television industry has influenced the world.

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