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Odd Job Jack web-based extras

(From the comments section below, because it deserves a post of its own:)

Download all the files used in the Aug. 5 episode now:

Episodes 1, 2, and 3 of our creative commons Odd Job Jack project “freejack” are now up with a high speed seed.

We also just put up a sample flash movie, two video tutorials, 23 animation guides and 13 interviews with our production team:

If you bother to register then you are in a draw for a PlayStation 3. How much better does it get than this?

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Rob James is the Next to Go from Canadian Idol

From CTV:

Winnipeg’s first and only Top 10 competitor has been eliminated from Canadian Idol. Songwriter/producer Rob James, 28, received the fewest votes following last night’s nationwide poll, it was revealed live tonight on CTV. In all, 2.6 million votes were cast following last night’s live tribute to Classic Rock. James was the oldest competitor remaining in the competition. Now, six remain as the hunt for Canada’s next Canadian Idol intensifies.

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Canadian Idol Goes Unplugged, August 14 and 15 on CTV

From CTV:

Singer/songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk guest stars as Canadian Idol goes acoustic

Canadian Idol will once again re-invent the format when it becomes the first Idol franchise in the world to present all-acoustic “unplugged” episodes next week. For the first time ever, Canadian Idol will leave its spectacular Top 10 studios for one week for the more intimate setting of Toronto’s legendary Masonic Temple Concert Hall when it broadcasts next Monday, August 14 and Tuesday, August 15 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV (check local listings). Along for the move is Canadian singer/songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk, who will guide the remaining Top 6 competitors as they sing live with basic accompaniment in front of a cozy crowd of just 200 people on Monday night’s show. On Tuesday’s live results show, Kreviazuk performs herself from her upcoming CD Ghost Stories.

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