Thursday, April 06, 2006
Welcome to NewsBusters, a project of the Media Research Center, the leader in documenting, exposing and neutralizing liberal media bias.
With NewsBusters, the MRC has joined forces with the creators of the influential web site RatherBiased.com to launch the NewsBusters blog to provide immediate exposure of liberal media bias, insightful analysis, constructive criticism and timely corrections to news media reporting.
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Wednesday, April 05, 2006
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Tuesday, April 04, 2006
Welcome to Neopets!
The deal: Viacom, owner of MTV and Paramount, buys Neopets.
What it bought: A children's entertainment and community site.
The attraction: The site lets children adopt a virtual pet, which keeps them returning regularly.
The price: $160-million (U.S.)http://www.neopets.com/
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la la - CD trading site
Palo Alto, Calif., March 7, 2006 -According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) nearly 30,000 album titles are released each year. With nearly 3 million available titles, the largest reseller, Wal-Mart, stocks only about 5,000 titles per store or less than 1% of available music. With choice quickly disappearing, 'la la' opens the largest, most diverse music store on earth with 1.8 million album titles available for trade at $1 each - same price as a song download except the extra penny buys the rest of the album.
'lala.com' works like an online music co-op where members trade-in CDs they have for CDs they want from other members. CDs are sent through the mail in pre-paid envelopes provided by 'la la'. "Trading CDs is an affordable way to experiment and try new music," said Bill Nguyen, 'la la' co-founder.