“The greatest advance in television since color television itself!” A hilariously kitschy time capsule of technology over 50 years ago – as RCA shows off its fancy 7-function wireless television remote control which it released back in 1961. Oh, the days before a “mute” button.
We’re currently in Tokyo for a few days, so there’s no better time to feature this hilarious bit of old Japanese TV in which they launched a series of car and truck tires down a ski ramp to see how far they would fly. We’re pretty sure this is how Katamari Damacy started.
Sometimes, when you’re just minding your own business, you get to witness good drama, like these folks did, courtesy of TNT’s ad campaign in a nondescript Belgian town square. (Thanks Dan!)
There was a time when one TV show would never dream of mentioning the existence of another. These days, however, it seems that all of these fake realities are connected in a giant MÃ¶bius loop.
The beloved Steven Van Zandt plays a former member of the New York mob who is relocated to Lillehammer, Norway for the FBI’s witness protection program in Netflix’s new original series.
MTV has unveiled the first official footage from the long-awaited revival of Beavis and Butt-head. Series creator Mike Judge, who reprises his various roles, said the animation will be drawn by hand.
That’s right, thanks to NHK and Sharp, TV is going ultra. They showed off this LCD display that produces images with a resolution 16x greater than today’s HDTVs. 2020, please come faster.
Jacob Gilbreath made this gigantic slab of kinetic typography from Conan O’Brien’s unforgettable, inspiring and touching farewell message on the last episode of his stint at The Tonight Show.
Belgian premium cable network Prime promotes its impressive lineup of American TV shows with a truly inspiring montage of miniature dioramas, each representing a different series. Well done.
This razor-thin set has a massive 65″ LED edge-lit screen, and uses passive 3D glasses, eliminating costly active lenses and reducing headaches. 802.11n Wi-Fi and Internet apps are built-in too.
If you missed The Walking Dead’s brief, but epic 6-episode Season One, this supercut edited by Eric Linn sums up each and every zombie death in just 69-seconds. Wait, aren’t zombies already dead?
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