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ABC’s ‘Lost’ is easy to find, and not just on a TV screen

January 3, 2006 at 7:14 pm by xoanon  - 

In its monster hit “Lost,” ABC has found more than just a highly rated, award-winning television show with the potential to spin off sequels. “Lost” has become a world of its own, albeit fictional, that, with its labyrinth of clues and multilayered plots, has become the test case for the marriage between new technology and creative content. Getting “Lost” has never been easier. It’s on your TV set, your DVR, your iPod and DVD collection — and that’s just the Wednesday-night program itself. Surf the Web and there are countless “Lost” sites — some designed by ABC or the show’s creators and others by the legions of fans of the island castaways drama. Soon there will be “Lost Video Diaries” on Verizon cellphones, two-minute episodes that will chronicle the stories of characters who were on the doomed Oceanic Flight 815 but who do not appear on the show. [More]

Posted in Dominic Monaghan, Old Main News on January 3, 2006 by

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