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Dish's 'Seinfeld' play: Sprint ties it all together

Dish founder Charlie Ergen has made some wild moves over the past few years, but it all goes back to owning a wireless business.

By Apr. 15, 2013


Seinfeld Web series comes to Crackle's mobile app

Offering a small selection of TV shows and movies for free, Crackle now lets you watch Jerry Seinfeld's new Web-based series on your mobile device.

By Aug. 17, 2012


Seinfeld launches a Web site for 10-year-olds

Jerry Seinfeld launches a new Web site that strives to offer viewers only the best of the man. Is this his way of controlling his legacy on the Web? No, it's his way of appealing to 10-year-olds.

By May. 6, 2011


Seinfeld curbs enthusiasm for Microsoft, goes back to Mac

In the latest episode of HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm," erstwhile Microsoft pitchman returns to finger a Mac.

By Nov. 1, 2009


Seinfeld and Gates hit the road for Vista

In the second installment of the new ad push, the Microsoft chairman and the TV star move in with a family. Spoiler alert: This time Gates does the "robot dance."

By Sep. 11, 2008


Gates outacts Seinfeld in 'Back to the Future'

The new Microsoft campaign is the work of brave people who may not have been aware of just how much Jerry Seinfeld has slipped over the years

By Sep. 6, 2008


Reality Check: The Seinfeld ad was superb

Although most think the new Microsoft ad with Jerry Seinfeld failed on most counts, Don Reisinger thinks it was superb. Who's right?

By Sep. 5, 2008


Poll: Seinfeld and Vista, what gives?

Is a '90s sitcom star really the guy to help make Vista cool? Tell us what you think in the poll below.

By Aug. 21, 2008


Microsoft taps Seinfeld for ad campaign

According to The Wall Street Journal, comedian Jerry Seinfeld will appear with Bill Gates in part of a $300 million marketing project stressing connections and ideas.

By Aug. 21, 2008


NBC's Zucker: 'Seinfeld' wouldn't make it today

NBC Universal chief says that shows don't have as much time to mature. While there is room for hits, average shows are too expensive to maintain.

By May. 28, 2009