The media giant is said to have approached the music website about exchanging the social network for a stake in a new venture.

News Corp. is in talks to give control of MySpace to music Website, Bloomberg reported, citing sources.

Eloďne Barry, APO Executive Director

WikiLeaks copycat reveals Indonesia’s bloody secrets

Zimbabwe: Editor released but "dark times are back"

Zimbabwe: Police intimidate journalists ahead of 2011 polls

Egypt: The art of silencing Gamal Mubarak’s political critics

Somalia: Islamist militia takes over Horn Afrik and GBC radios

6 month jail term for Egyptian editor

Egyptian editor faces trial

Violent attack on cartoonist

Chad kicks out its only foreign correspondent

Editor on the run

Arab Newspapers Win Awards in International Design Contest

3rd African International Media Summit in Tunis

Cameroon: one TV and two Radio Stations closed in a week

Egypt : Where is the Press Headed?

Brief report on the state of film industry in Kano State, Nigeria

Cameroon : Two journalists held incommunicado after trying to photograph homes of top politicians

Press situation deteriorated dramatically in 2007, shows NUSOJ annual report

CPJ urges Cote d’Ivoire to lift RFI suspension

Ethiopia blocks freed journalists from launching newspapers

Gabon : Two newspapers suspended

Media rights NGO demands guaranteed freedom of expression

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