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This week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast:

Amazon is bringing e-commerce to your television set, and suddenly the seemingly disconnected parts of its media strategy are coming together.

GeekWire reporter Taylor Soper tests — and models! — a new fashion line for fashion-clueless geeks, and we debate the usefulness of the service.

Our App of the Week, Fantastical 2, fills an upcoming void in the calendar market, created by Microsoft’s planed sunsetting of Sunrise.

GeekWire reporter James Risley has courtside seats for an NBA game, as part of the first-ever live virtual reality NBA broadcast.

Plus, highlights from our discussion about tech, politics and the future of Seattle with entrepreneur Heather Redman and journalist Erica C. Barnett.

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