China released a report on its plans to curb reliance on oil and gas and give top priority to developing renewable energy, reports the AP via Wired. Beijing will promote natural gas and hydroelectric, nuclear, solar, and wind energy, and take steps to restructure its coal industry.
According to China View, the release was China's first-ever white paper on energy conditions and policies. The paper urges the international community to work together in maintaining stability in oil producing and exporting countries, and intensify “mutually beneficial” cooperation in energy exploration. The gist was that countries should settle disputes and resolve contradictions in the energy field through dialogue and consultation.
WWD reports that on Wednesday, Hillary Clinton became the first presidential candidate guest blogger on Glamocracy, Glamour's blog site featuring daily posts from five women on different points of the political spectrum.
Thomas Morgan, former reporter and editor at The New York Times and president of the National Association of Black Journalists, died on Monday at the age of 56.
Sony Pictures Television plans to end production of Judge Hatchett after this year, but Sony is pitching “theme weeks,” comprised of repeats that would include the show, around topics such as divorce or interventions.
The media impatiently waits to see if an NBC TV broadcast of made-for-internet series Quarterlife can outdo the mere 100,000 views it's now averaging on MySpace and YouTube.
Martha Stewart's prison experience generated a “Martha original” prison-made ceramic Nativity scene, material for her Christmas show, and the press that followed.
Fox and Apple pair up in talks to offer Fox movie rentals on iTunes.