Disney backs star after her apology for nude photo

Disney backs star after her apology for nude photo
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Vanessa Hudgens, the star of the wholesome, made-for-kids TV movie hit “High School Musical,” apologized on Friday for a nude photo of her on the Web and Walt Disney Co. said it was sticking by the performer.[Lees verder]

Eudora e-mail program reborn as open source
BOSTON (Reuters) – Eudora, a pioneering e-mail program named after author Eudora Welty, is rising from a technical grave as an open source program after owner Qualcomm Inc quit selling the product in May.[Lees verder]

iTune tagging unveiled
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Apple Inc., iBiquity Digital Corp, a developer of high-definition radio technology, and major radio companies said on Friday they are offering a new, free service called “iTunes Tagging.”[Lees verder]

Walmart.com testing line of women’s apparel
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc is once again taking the plunge into trendy clothing for women — and it’s hoping for a better reception this time around.[Lees verder]

Sony seen needing consistent PS3 strategy
TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Corp needs to establish an unwavering marketing strategy for its PlayStation 3 game machine to drive growth of its console business, the head of Japanese videogame publisher Square Enix Co Ltd said.[Lees verder]

MTV Networks to launch two dozen more sites
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks said on Friday that it would launch two dozen new Web sites based on its shows, including the entire video archives of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” with comedian Jon Stewart.[Lees verder]

Wall Street Journal reorganizes ad sales team
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Dow Jones & Co. Inc’s Wall Street Journal said on Friday it will merge its print and online advertising sales team to target marketers seeking to buy across all of its properties.[Lees verder]

MTV swinging with bisexual dating show
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Another dating competition series is coming to television, but this one has a new twist: MTV’s “A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila” will feature the bisexual MySpace phenomenon choosing from among both male and female suitors.[Lees verder]

Disney backs star after her apology for nude photo
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Vanessa Hudgens, the star of the wholesome, made-for-kids TV movie hit “High School Musical,” apologized on Friday for a nude photo of her on the Web and Walt Disney Co. said it was sticking by the performer.[Lees verder]

Eudora e-mail program reborn as open source
BOSTON (Reuters) – Eudora, a pioneering e-mail program named after author Eudora Welty, is rising from a technical grave as an open source program after owner Qualcomm Inc quit selling the product in May.[Lees verder]

iTune tagging unveiled
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Apple Inc., iBiquity Digital Corp, a developer of high-definition radio technology, and major radio companies said on Friday they are offering a new, free service called “iTunes Tagging.”[Lees verder]

Walmart.com testing line of women’s apparel
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc is once again taking the plunge into trendy clothing for women — and it’s hoping for a better reception this time around.[Lees verder]

Sony seen needing consistent PS3 strategy
TOKYO (Reuters) – Sony Corp needs to establish an unwavering marketing strategy for its PlayStation 3 game machine to drive growth of its console business, the head of Japanese videogame publisher Square Enix Co Ltd said.[Lees verder]

MTV Networks to launch two dozen more sites
NEW YORK (Reuters) – MTV Networks said on Friday that it would launch two dozen new Web sites based on its shows, including the entire video archives of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” with comedian Jon Stewart.[Lees verder]

Wall Street Journal reorganizes ad sales team
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Dow Jones & Co. Inc’s Wall Street Journal said on Friday it will merge its print and online advertising sales team to target marketers seeking to buy across all of its properties.[Lees verder]

MTV swinging with bisexual dating show
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Another dating competition series is coming to television, but this one has a new twist: MTV’s “A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila” will feature the bisexual MySpace phenomenon choosing from among both male and female suitors.[Lees verder]