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Engadget HD Podcast 324 - 11.13.2012

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Engadget HD Podcast 320 - 10.16.2012After a relatively quiet week, we can take our time on topics like AT&T's U-verse expansion and news that Netflix is accounting for 29 percent of North American internet traffic. We've also got some executive movements at Sony, new HDTVs from Hitachi and the launch of new TiVo features on Virgin Media. For a peek into the future, look no further than a list of theaters supporting 48fps 3D showings of The Hobbit, and the premiere of the new Battlestar Galactica prequel on YouTube before it hits cable and Blu-ray.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)

Producer: Trent Wolbe

05:43 - AT&T to spend $14 billion over the next three years on broadband
10:22 - Hulu adds Kids section for little streamers, updates PS3 app with renewed remote support
12:05 - Sandvine: Netflix up to 29 percent of North American internet traffic
17:33 - Advanced ticket sales for The Hobbit start, 450 theaters are ready for 48 fps 3D
23:45 - Sony Network Entertainment prez Tim Schaaff retires
25:53 - TiVo TV Anywhere app, multi-room streaming launch for Virgin Media viewers
27:45 - Hitachi intros UltraVision LED TVs with Roku-ready HDMI
31:55 - Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome is coming home any way you want
39:49 - Must See HDTV (November 12th - 18th)

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