Nálepka “TV”

LG Plasma Arc Display Panel

Burn baby burn


Skinemax is Koyaanisqatsi for a generation raised on late night television and B-movie VHS tapes. It’s long form entertainment for short attention spans. An hour long VJ odyssey, it will move your body and warp your mind.

Who is that hot ad girl?

A blog dedicated to finding out who hot unknown actresses or models are in various television commercials.

Luminant Point Arrays

The Luminant Point Arrays show cathode-ray-tube televisions being switched off. The television picture breaks down and creates a structure of light.

The Fashion Disasters of TV Sports

Can anyone—stylists, producers, metrosexual jocks—teach sports anchors how to dress?

Sometimes, though, these habits are impenetrable. Many sports broadcasting companies, such as ESPN, allow anchors and commentators to dress themselves. From their own closets, in clothes they buy themselves. It’s a precedent that’s hard to correct.

60 things in 60 seconds

3-D TV? How about holographic TV?

“Let It Be” Celebrity Promo For Norwegian TV Show

Promo for the Norwegian television show “Gylne Tider” featuring everybody –  actors and musicians from the 80′s and 90′s.

Holy maury mother of god

A History of Rap

by Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timblerlake and The Roots

‘Beavis and Butt-head’ to return …

… with new episodes (by Mike Judge, the original series creator) to MTV

Beavis and Butt-Head

TV Hat

A movie theater experience absolutely anywhere!

TV Sets in Cuba

Starring the Computer

Commodore 64 – MacGyver analyses a mysterious material removed from the arteries of a heart attack victim using his Commodore 64

Starring the Computer is a website dedicated to the use of computers in film and television. Each appearance is catalogued and rated on its importance (ie. how important it is to the plot), realism (how close its appearance and capabilities are to the real thing) and visibility (how good a look does one get of it). Fictional computers don’t count (unless they are built out of bits of real computer), so no HAL9000 – sorry.

Salvador Dali on “What’s My Line?”