re: Poker & Lipstic Cameras
Firstly, I think that it's not really too big a worry, since most of the games aren't televised. On programs like the WSOP you've mainly got the final tables of the events being shown. The play at the final tables is a little different to that at other points in a tournament, and these pro players will also know to play cash games differently, too.
As a result, other players referring to the programs featuring their opponents would have a relatively small and unrepresentative sample of hands to go on, which may not benefit their attempts to beat the pro.
Additionally, it's not something that most of us need to worry about happening to us - if you're going to pick a few players to analyse, then you'd pick players like Helmuth, Ivey, Lederer, Duke, etc, so none of us would have to worry about our plays coming under that kind of scrutiny anyway.
What this is missing is that a pro wants to have one table image and play to a contrasting strategy, so if they know that they have a reputation from TV for a certain kind of play, then they can play off that, and you could easily find that the pros don't find it a disadvantage, but an advantage from knowing what their opponents will most likely make of their plays.