Reuters brings Second Life to Davos

Us Weekly, MySpace, and Paula Abdul

Us Weekly, MySpace, and Paula Abdul


Reuters makes plans to conduct interviews for a Second Life audience at the Davos World Economic Forum

Us Weekly announces its plans to soon launch a celebrity channel on Veoh Networks Internet television service

MySpace begins issuing Amber Alerts to its members in order to notify them of missing children in their communities


Star Tribune sports columnist Sid Hartman received free airline tickets to appear in an ad for Sun Country Airlines

An Albany Times Union article reveals that New York Post state editor Fredric U. Dicker was paid to give a speech to the New York Bankers Association

Fox reportedly orders clips of Paula Abdul appearing drunk and incoherent in a television interview taken down from YouTube

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