(HOLLYWOOD, CA) -- For years media pundits have been predicting the merging of the Internet and television into one seamless, multimedia experience. That day came a bit closer to reality yesterday when YouTube announced a deal that will change the way videos are viewed on the web.
(NATIONAL) -- Fast-food giant Burger King has issued an apology and retracted an advertising campaign shown in Europe following complaints from Mexico. The TV ad featured a short Mexican wrestler wearing a cape bearing a resemblance to the Mexican flag.
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Following a six-year legal drama and two trials legendary rock music producer Phil “Wall Of Sound” Spector was found guilty Monday of second degree murder in the shooting death of a part time actress at his mansion.
(DETROIT, MI) -- The U.S. treasury Department is directing General Motors to lay the groundwork for a bankruptcy filing by a June 1st deadline, despite G.M.’s public contention that it could still reorganize outside court.