Now on the Air! Click Here to listen to TV Time Machine's 2005 DVD Awards Show
In this on-line audio edition of TV Time Machine, Gord Lacey of TVShowsOnDVD.com, participates in the first annual on-line TV Time Machine Awards program presented to the best and worst TV Show DVD's from the past year. Presented on tvtimemachine.com and hosted by TV historian Jim Benson, TV Time Machine is a radio show that covers classic television in a unique, offbeat, but informative fashion. Mr. Lacey is interviewed by Mr. Benson and co-host John Field regarding the remarkable growth of TV show DVD‚s over the past year, while he pushes the envelope, revealing his top choice to receive the coveted Timee Award for TV show DVD excellence.
Within this remarkable audio spectacle, several guests climb aboard the TV Time Machine, including Carlton Cuse, writer and Executive Producer on the ABC TV series Lost
, Earl Hamner, Jr., creator of The Waltons
and writer on the original Twilight Zone
, The Soup Nazi from Seinfeld
, actor Larry Thomas; noted DVD producer Paul Brownstein (Twilight Zone: The Definitive Edition
), and all the way from England, inventor Stefan Pijanowski from the Amaray DVD Packaging company. During the course of this radio program, over forty awards are presented (featuring over one hundred nominees) encompassing the very best and worst TV show DVD's in 2005. In addition to the prestigious Timee Award, each winner receives a glittering audio retrospective celebrating the DVD industry's triumphs and failures over the past 365 days.
Within this one-hour radio extravaganza, a plethora of DVD Awards are presented within the following categories:
- The Most Extraordinary Extras Featured on a TV Show DVD Set
- The Best Plastic Hub When Attempting to Extricate a DVD Without Cracking the Center of the Disc
- The Worst and Most Cumbersome DVD Packaging
- The Best DVD Company as it Relates to Consumers Needs, Wants, and Desires
- The One TV Show That Never Should Have Seen the Light of Day on DVD
- The Best Digital Remastering and Transfer
- The Best Example of a TV Show DVD Release Not Realizing Its Greatest Potential
- The Best Manufacturer When it Comes to Including a Ton of Supplementary Material on Almost Every DVD Release
- The Most Dismal and Worst DVD Release of 2005
- The Best TV Show DVD Release of 2005
- And many, many, more!
Again, for those of you intrepid enough to wear somebody else's tuxedo for the evening, be sure to adjust your cummerbund, as we slip from the restraints of the present and enter a world featuring a year-end audio review of the past!