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On this week's episode, Sean chats with David Campbell and Peter Mineo from the Victorian Racing Club about the race that stops a nation, the Melbourne Cup. On this podcast you'll learn about: How the Melbourne Cup goes beyond sport and is a cultural event in Australia How the partnership with Twitter to stream [...] The post Melbourne Cup Carnival – Broadcast, Digital & Sponsorship appeared first on Sports Geek.

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Every year, new British bands travel to Texas for the SXSW festival. How did this year's hopefuls fare?
[caption id="attachment_78791" align="aligncenter" width="590"] (Ron Batzdorff / NBC)[/caption] Vulture Watch Is Jack still "teaching" at Whitlock High? Is the AP Bio TV show been cancelled...

For your viewing pleasure here are some Porgs dancing to the cantina band song, or some version of it. So far it doesn’t seem like Porgs have taken off the way Ewoks did for Return of the Jedi, and perhaps it’s for the best. They’re not exactly as sentient as the Ewoks and fashioning a movie around them wouldn’t really be something that could help a director’s career. A short cartoon might be possible, but anything other than that would be tantamount to committing oneself to something that might only be feasible if a person was going to perform a

Here are Porgs Dancing to the Cantina Band Song

As the region rids itself of the legacy of analogue cable TV, the Eastern Europe TV digital pay-TV market is growing at a fair clip, says Digital TV Research, and is projected to grow from 61.57 million subscribers in 2017 to 78.08 million by 2023.

[caption id="attachment_73458" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Greg Gayne/NBC[/caption] Vulture Watch Can Kate and her mom continue to work together -- and bring the funny? Will viewers continue...

It looks like The Batman may not be suiting up in 2018, that's according to director Matt Reeves after he debunked rumors suggesting he might be walking away from Warner Bros.’ upcoming Batman movie.

According to Heroic Hollywood, the movie won’t begin production until 2019 and that's because Warner Bros. already has three other DC Films set to shoot this year. Shazam is in production now. Wonder Woman 2 will begin next followed by the Joker origin story movie.

So do the math, if shooting doesn't start on The Batman until 2019, then we likely won't see it in theaters until 2020 or 2021. 

But that doesn't necessarily mean we won't see Batman onscreen until then, Ben Affleck is rumored to appear in the upcoming Flash movie, titled Flashpoint. The real question is will Affleck still be interested in playing Batman once Reeves begins production? Some reports suggest Affleck is conflicted on whether to continue playing the caped crusader as the role has already become way more demanding than he expected. The same report suggests that WB isn't overjoyed with Affleck playing Batman.

Then there are

We recently learned that Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth releases for smartphones in Japan on March 22, and we got a few details on what’s new in the classic RPG’s latest version.

Read Here’s What’s New In Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth On Smartphones on Siliconera!

Survive Mars? It took me the best part of a day to decide where to land. And with good reason: there's a lot of stuff to think about from the very off here in this wonderfully detailed planet colonisation sim. I'm not sure that on my most recent attempt at surviving Mars - spoiler: I didn't - I was any quicker at finding a parking spot than I was on my initial outing.

Firstly, what to name the initial rocket? Tricky business! I tend not to rename things in games these days. Not quite so much, anyway. Soldiers? Too many of them, and they only die on you. Cities? Who is bolshy enough to think they deserve to decide what an entire city should be called? But a rocket? Christ, there is romance to a rocket. Romance and the suspicion that they will be in limited supply. I was going to call my first Surviving Mars rocket Feynman, but I couldn't bring myself to type that in given the dim view he sometimes took of the whole space mission stuff. So I went with Hawking. He has been in all our minds this week, of course, and he has always struck me as the kind of man who would enjoy getting his name stuck on a rocket.

What to pack in the rocket? An eternity of fretting. (This is why I've never progressed very far with Dwarf Fortress, which Surviving Mars, at times, kind of reminds me of.) And...

The Japanese word "chindogu" covers a delightful range of terrible gadgets. It's about vaguely genius concepts, ruined either in their execution or ambition. If you've seen the baby-floor-mop onesie or the upside-down umbrella for capturing rainwater...
In a must-win game, the Karachi bowlers came through to dismiss Islamabad for 124 and set up a qualifier clash against the same opponents in two days
The former captain and CA Board director said Australia must stop celebrating aggressively in the face of their opponents once the batsman was dismissed