Don't wanna wait to get home and watch the Daily Show episode you TiVo'd. No problem. Watch it live on your cell phone. This weekend AT&T launches its Mobile TV service. Other companies have similar services. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
A House committee has passed a bill that might help curtail pirating of music and movies. In addition to tougher penalities, the bill would create a cabinet-level Intellectual Property czar. Janet Babin has more.
"Love in the Meadows," the French version of a TV show now airing in America, is in its third season. About 100,000 single French farmers live often lonely, rural lives, but many wish the show would be put out to pasture. John Laurenson reports.
The Discovery Channel just started the third season of its hit show "Deadliest Catch," a wild ride with crab fishermen on the Bering Sea. Kai Ryssdal talks with the two stars, brothers Andy and Johnathan Hillstrand.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories went on sale at midnight, and fans lined up to get their copies. Parent company Take-Two is hoping the game's success will help ward off a buyout. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Fortune Magazine's recent list of 10 businesses facing extinction includes record stores, crop dusting, telemarketing and . . . gay bars? That one caught our eye because gay business in general is booming. Stacey Vanek-Smith checked it out.
Tonight, you'll start to see new episodes of popular shows on television. That's right, despite what it says on the calendar, today is the beginning of May sweeps. Marketplace's Jeff Tyler brings us up to speed.
A low-budget comedy movie in France with no big-name stars and little marketing is setting box-office records. Critics say the response to its feel-good message is a backlash against President Sarkozy's flamboyance, or to fears of globalization. John Laurenson reports.