Sonus, Sirius bring Stern, Playboy to homes

Sonus, Sirius bring Stern, Playboy to homes
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Sirius Satellite Radio — more popular in automobiles than in living rooms — is making it easier to get Howard Stern, along with dozens of commercial-free channels, on home-based radios.[Lees verder]

Australian fetus a Facebook Internet star
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Bubba Waring has not even been born yet and he, or she, has its own Web space with cyber “friends” clamoring to get acquainted.[Lees verder]

Zell remains committed to Tribune buyout: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Chicago real estate tycoon Sam Zell remains committed to taking Tribune Co. private, a source close to the transaction said on Tuesday, as shares of the U.S. newspaper publisher and broadcaster fell because of concerns that the deal might not go through.[Lees verder]

YouTube seeks testimony of comics Stewart and Colbert
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, whose programs were once among the most viewed on YouTube, were requested by the video site to give testimony in legal proceedings as it fights a $1 billion lawsuit by Viacom Inc, according to court filings.[Lees verder]

Russian detained over Internet Nazi murder video
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian police detained a man on Wednesday for the suspected distribution over the Internet of a video showing the apparent murder of two men by neo-Nazis, Interfax reported, quoting an Interior Ministry source.[Lees verder]

English orchestra tunes up for virtual concert
LONDON (Reuters) – One of Britain’s oldest symphony orchestras is to play a concert in Second Life, the virtual Internet world, organizers said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Apple to sell Lennon solo works on iTunes
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Tuesday it would offer the entire solo catalog of John Lennon on iTunes in its second such deal with one of the Beatles, who have been among the highest-profile holdouts to put tunes online.[Lees verder]

Dutch bloggers due in court over filming under skirts
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Two Dutch news bloggers caught filming under women’s skirts in a car park in order to warn the public of the intimate views afforded by see-through stairs must appear in court, according to their blog.[Lees verder]

Yahoo edges Google in user satisfaction survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc may be struggling to convince Wall Street of its future prospects, but for the first time its users gave its services overall a better rating than what Google Inc received, according to a study released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Sonus, Sirius bring Stern, Playboy to homes
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Sirius Satellite Radio — more popular in automobiles than in living rooms — is making it easier to get Howard Stern, along with dozens of commercial-free channels, on home-based radios.[Lees verder]

Australian fetus a Facebook Internet star
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Bubba Waring has not even been born yet and he, or she, has its own Web space with cyber “friends” clamoring to get acquainted.[Lees verder]

Zell remains committed to Tribune buyout: source
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Chicago real estate tycoon Sam Zell remains committed to taking Tribune Co. private, a source close to the transaction said on Tuesday, as shares of the U.S. newspaper publisher and broadcaster fell because of concerns that the deal might not go through.[Lees verder]

YouTube seeks testimony of comics Stewart and Colbert
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, whose programs were once among the most viewed on YouTube, were requested by the video site to give testimony in legal proceedings as it fights a $1 billion lawsuit by Viacom Inc, according to court filings.[Lees verder]

Russian detained over Internet Nazi murder video
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian police detained a man on Wednesday for the suspected distribution over the Internet of a video showing the apparent murder of two men by neo-Nazis, Interfax reported, quoting an Interior Ministry source.[Lees verder]

English orchestra tunes up for virtual concert
LONDON (Reuters) – One of Britain’s oldest symphony orchestras is to play a concert in Second Life, the virtual Internet world, organizers said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Apple to sell Lennon solo works on iTunes
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Apple Inc said on Tuesday it would offer the entire solo catalog of John Lennon on iTunes in its second such deal with one of the Beatles, who have been among the highest-profile holdouts to put tunes online.[Lees verder]

Dutch bloggers due in court over filming under skirts
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Two Dutch news bloggers caught filming under women’s skirts in a car park in order to warn the public of the intimate views afforded by see-through stairs must appear in court, according to their blog.[Lees verder]

Yahoo edges Google in user satisfaction survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc may be struggling to convince Wall Street of its future prospects, but for the first time its users gave its services overall a better rating than what Google Inc received, according to a study released on Tuesday.[Lees verder]