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Weird Al - Lady Gaga score settled

Apr 21, 2011
How's that for a tech show headline? Well, yeah, I know but stay with me. Weird Al Yankovic wrote a parody of Lady Gaga's hit "Born This Way". He...
Posted In: Entertainment, Lady Gaga, Music, weird al

Who can replace Oprah -- and nab her audience?

Apr 13, 2011
Replacing Oprah Winfrey won't be easy. Trying to grab her loyal daytime-afternoon audience may be more difficult.
Posted In: Entertainment

Rupert Murdoch pushes his way into British satellite TV

Apr 8, 2011
News Corp's takeover of a U.K. satellite network could spell trouble for newspaper rivals once Murdoch starts bundling TV and print content online.
Posted In: Entertainment

Disney to break ground on Shanghai theme park

Apr 7, 2011
The Walt Disney Company will begin construction on Shanghai Disneyland tomorrow. And the park is expected to capitalize on existing demand for Disney products in China.
Posted In: Entertainment

The Tablet TV Wars are upon us

Apr 4, 2011
You will be able to tell your grandchildren you were there when the battles commenced. Last week we told you how Time Warner caved to pressure from...
Posted In: business, cable, Cablevision, Comcast, Entertainment, gadgets, iPad, iPad 2, Time Warner, Web Culture

Zite receives a strongly worded letter from publishers

Apr 1, 2011
I always love the "strongly worded letter". It's so genteel. "Oh heavens, Percy! It's a strongly worded letter! Alert the upstairs maid!"...
Posted In: Entertainment, iPad, magazines, news, newspapers, Web Culture, zite

Time Warner caves

Apr 1, 2011
In a victory for broadcast companies and a loss for people who enjoy television, Time Warner is caving in to pressure and removing several live TV...
Posted In: cable, Entertainment, gadgets, iPad, Time Warner, viacom, Web Culture

Cosmo hits newsstands in the Middle East

Apr 1, 2011
Women in the Middle East today are getting their first look at the region's version of Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Posted In: Entertainment

France's new measure of well-being: Boredom

Apr 1, 2011
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called for a new government survey measuring public levels of "ennui," or boredom.
Posted In: Entertainment

Amazon courting record labels

Mar 31, 2011
So this is kind of interesting. Amazon launched its cloud based music service the other day (I'm listening to Pet Sounds at work right now, loaded...
Posted In: Amazon, business, cloud, Entertainment, Sony

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