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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 Vevo.com, 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


Being gay in Morocco

CoverGirl Spokesperson Queen Latifah Attends White House Correspondents Association Dinner as a Guest of ESSENCE Magazine and CoverGirl Queen

Two Ethiopian state TV journalists under arrest

Uganda: Journalists Under Threat

Swaziland: Swazi government approves Media Commission Bill

Tunisia Monitoring Group (TMG )Welcomes Release of Journalist Ben Brik but Condemns Policy of Punishing Critical Journalists / Tunisia Monitoring Group including IPI on Mission to Tunisia This Week

NBC News to Receive Best Practices Honor, Executive Paula Madison to Receive Legacy Award from Black Journalists Group

James River Writers Announces the MAY 2010 WRITING SHOW - Can I Get a Witness: Writing for Social Change

Ethiopian journalists nabbed for attempting to transfer "sensitive information"

Zambia: Media Liaison Committee postpone ZAMEC launch

Zimbabwe: Journalists summoned to appear in court

National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) statement

Nigeria: Three journalists killed in a single day

Rwanda: Editor of bi-monthly acquitted on appeal

Three journalists killed in Nigeria

NCAAOM Says Comcast’s Policy of Zero Percent African American Owned Channels Must Change

Mix of hope and resignation about return of independent press

ESSENCE Relationships Editor Demetria Lucas Shares Her Critical Response To Last Night’s ABC Nightline Segment: ’Why Can’t A Successful Black Woman Find A Man?’

CNN’s Soledad O’Brien Named Journalist of the Year by Black Journalists Group

Cameroon" Health of three journalists deteriorating in Kondengui prison

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