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Michelle Beadle Goes Long On What She Learned This Weekend

3 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Michelle Beadle was the center of a media firestorm this weekend when she announced (along with CNN’s Rachel Nichols) that she had been denied press credentials to the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight. Beadle eventually got herShow More Summary

Podcast Anthropology

Podcasts are Internet 'radio shows' that, like any media, act as a lens into the cultures producing and consuming them. Once niche, around 25% of Internet users listen to podcasts according to the Pew Research Center. What is the "nature"...Show More Summary

Xbox One to add TV DVR features sometime in 2015, claims new rumor

A new rumor claims that Microsoft will add some kind of TV DVR features to its Xbox One console, possibly by the end of 2015. The news comes in the wake of Microsoft confirming that it will not provide the Windows Media Center features in Windows 10.

Baltimore and Beyond

The events of this past week put Baltimore center stage in the media spotlight. The question is whether that illumination can bring scrutiny and insight into similar vulnerabilities and potentially volatile conditions confronting urban cities across this nation. Show More Summary

Nichols-Beadle controversy: Media needs to think about boycott

10 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

Ed Note: The following appears courtesy our friends at the National Sports Journalism Center. In 1999, Ed Hinton of Sports Illustrated was denied a credential to cover the Indianapolis 500. The Indy Racing League was upset after Hinton wrote an article critical of racing safety. Show More Summary

Windows Media Center Is Dead, Won't Carry Over to Windows 10

Upgrading to Microsoft's new operating system will strip away Media Center functionality.

Windows Media Center Was Not Included In Windows 10 Due To Decreased Usage, Update To Play DVDs Coming In The Future

Few days back, Microsoft confirmed that Windows Media Center will not be part of Windows 10. Gabe Aul today provided some info on why it was not included. The main reason he cited was decreased usage. However, Microsoft is aware of the fact that many people used Windows Media Center to play DVD and Microsoft […]

Top alternatives for Windows Media Center

17 hours agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

Now that Microsoft confirmed that Windows Media Center won't be part of Windows 10, it is time to look at suitable alternatives for the build in program. Microsoft called Windows Media Center an "entertainment system" for the whole PC. Show More Summary

Windows Media Center gets the boot

Microsoft's Windows Media Center will not be part of Windows 10.        

Single Mom Fired From Daycare Center For Facebook Post Saying She Hates 'Being Around A Lot Of Kids'

18 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

If you needed a reminder about watching what you post on social media, here’s yet another cautionary tale. According to reports this week, a woman in Texas was fired from a daycare center because of an all-too-candid Facebook post. “I...Show More Summary

We can confirm that due to decreased usage, Windows Media Center will not be part of Windows 10.

We can confirm that due to decreased usage, Windows Media Center will not be part of Windows 10.

Windows 10 will include an option to play DVD movies sometime in the future

Microsoft will include an that will allow Windows 10 to play DVD movie discs at some point in the future. This news comes a few days after the company confirmed that it would not support Windows Media Center in Windows 10.

Microsoft kills off Windows Media Center for Windows 10

It's been a long time since we heard any news from Microsoft regarding Windows Media Center, and now it seems the company is driving the final nail into the coffin.

Microsoft Kills Windows Media Center, Periscope Beats Pay-Per-View, & More… [Tech News Digest]

Microsoft kills fan favorite, Periscope fights for streaming, WikiLeaks wants to know your secrets, Instagram loves emoji, Samsung gives Apple the Edge, and Jar Jar Binks ruins Star Wars… again. Windows Media Center Is No More I used to love Windows Media Center. Show More Summary

Windows Media Center Will Not Be Supported By Windows 10

We know that Microsoft stopped developing Windows Media Center back in 2009 but an unmodified version was still available in an upgrade pack for Windows 8. Now though Microsoft has made up its mind to not keep it around for much longer. Show More Summary

Windows Media Center is dead, and will not come with Windows 10

Microsoft has revealed bunch of great news at BUILD 2015. However, there’s one thing that Microsoft didn’t talk about at BUILD. According to ZDNet’s Ed Bott, Windows 10 will not come with Windows Media Center. A Microsoft executive reportedly confirmed that Windows Media Center is dying and Microsoft isn’t updating the program anymore. That means […]

Windows 10 to Media Center: nope

It’s curtains for the software that was once going to be the center of your living room media.

Windows Media Center gets laid to rest, won't appear in Windows 10

While development had stopped for Windows Media Center back in 2009, users were holding hope that it may make a comeback in Windows 10. Microsoft confirmed to ZDNet that Windows Media Center is indeed finished, and users who upgrade to Windows 10 will no longer see it.

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