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By T'Bonz
February 22, 2008 - 6:26 AM

  • According to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS will be putting original Star Trek seasons one through three on the web through its Audience Network. Full-length episodes will be streamed on a free, ad-supported basis. Other television series such as The Twilight Zone will also appear and more shows are expected to be added in coming months as CBS offers older shows that have been off the air for decades in some cases.

  • Kotaku reports that Red Ant Enterprises has signed an exclusive agreement with ZeniMax Europe Ltd. to distribute Bethesda Softworks' Star Trek: Conquest for Australia and New Zealand. Conquest will be available for Wii and PlayStation2 and is scheduled for release in the Australian retail market on March 20th.

  • SoutheastTexasLive.com reports that LeVar Burton will appear at Lamar State College-Port Arthur next Thursday to talk about issues and themes relevant to Black History Month. "[It's good] being able to be involved in projects that are entertaining," he said, "certainly, but it's also very important to use the medium in what I consider to be a responsible way."

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