Beyond cat videos: YouTube will offer its own pay-TV service (Update)
Lewis is on the UK Advisory Panel of the Creative Industries Foundation. She is chair of the Northern TV Skills Panel and former Vice Chair of Pact (the Producers Alliance for Cinema & TV). For six years Cat was the Chair of PACT’s Nations & Regions Committee, campaigning for more programmes to be made outside London. She is a BAFTA judge; the founder and chair of the North’s Indie Club; sits on the RTS Committee in the North West and is on the panel for Women in Film & TV in the North. Cat is also a Global Ambassador for the UK city of Manchester.
Lionsgate insisted they had to utilize syndicated versions for the DVD release of , saying it would be cost prohibitive to remaster the original NBC-TV broadcast versions for release. This resulted in heavy criticism and poor DVD sales.
Iceland's newest reality tv show is set to be a charm you, thanks to its furry and cuddly stars: the tiny, achingly cute kittens who make up the cast of Keeping Up With the Kattarshians, a show created in partnership with the Icelandic Cat Protection Society . “If your cat is really intent on 'hunting' the television, don’t let her watch the TV unsupervised. And if you have a large flat screen, mount it to the wall, in case kitty decides to take the leap,” warns Dr. Orlando.
A California cat that was lost four years ago ended up thousands of miles away - in Canada! Now her family is ready to bring her back home to Watsonville. (KGO-TV)Cat owner dressed her adorable cat up in a polka-dot lady bug dress. The outfit is great and all, but her cat's method of watching TV is a bit odd. If you ever need help around the house, Moggy the cat seems to be the kind of kitty you'd want there for you.
Vine user Brandon Kutzke uploaded titled 'Cats aren't as useless as everyone says' showing his orange buddy helping him threat some TV cables through the back of what appears to be an entertainment center.Another great idea for occupying your cat is to install a bird feeder outside of your window. Place a cat perch on the windowsill and voilá, reality TV!!! There’s no greater pleasure than to watch real birds up close and personal.There are great interactive videos your cat can watch during the day, such as Video Catnip, by Pet-A-Vision Inc. Before leaving the house set up your VCR to go on at a certain time, say mid-afternoon. If your cat likes the viewing, he’ll sit in front of the TV and be entertained by larger-than-life birds flying and squirrels running across the screen. Put a seat in front of the TV so the picture is at the cat’s eye level and he can try to “catch” these elusive critters.The series was filmed in the then-closed , as well as locations in and . All filming was done on location, and post-production editing was performed at the TVS Television Centre in Maidstone. The cars used by the regular cast in the series were loaned by . In the first series, Pru drove a 1985 Ford Escort 1.6i Mark III Cabriolet, which was also featured at the end of the first series title sequence. Fred had a 1984 Fiesta XR2 Mark II, and Maggie used 1985 Escort 1.6 Mark III. In the second series, Fred and Tessa drove 1986 white and Azure blue Ford Escort RS Turbos respectively, with the latter being the only one produced in that colour, whilst Maggie now had a 1986 Ford Sierra Mark I. Similar looking 1987 models of the vehicles were also used in the third series.