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Wednesday, January 07, 2004

Interesting Tidbit: This isn't legally-related but I found it interesting. The New York Times has an article today that details the content of the 3 hour and 43 minute Sugar Bowl played on Sunday. It turns out that viewers saw only 16 minutes and 28 seconds of live action football-- only 7 percent of the broadcast! The rest was consumed with on-screen graphics, replays, coaches shots, commercials, etc.

Even worse, the Colts play-off game victory over Denver had only 12 minutes and 18 seconds of live football action. This makes TIVO seem really worth the money.