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

Sharia Court bans online discussion of amputation

IPI welcomes launch of VOA satellite broadcasts

Zimbabwe: Journalist detained at border post

Swaziland Public Broadcasting Bill 2010 finalized

Ethiopia: Repression Rising Ahead of May Elections

CPJ urges Morocco to halt politically motivated prosecutions

Somalia: Al-Shabaab Detains Media Director Overnight

UNESCO’s Media Development Indicators discussed at workshop in Swaziland

ESSENCE Announces Retirement of Esteemed Beauty & Cover Director Mikki Taylor

African Radio Stations take on the world

Liberian Children take to the airwaves on International Children’s Day of Broadcasting

Ethiopia: Aid money spent on weapon is “Palpable Nonsense”

Journalists Kidnapped in Niger Delta: IPI Urges Immediate Release

In Zimbabwe, courthouse filming lands journalist in jail

Journalist Beaten By Guards in Semi-Autonomous Somalia Region of Puntland

Three Rwandan journalists sentenced to prison

Eritrea: Radio Bana journalist in solitary confinement a year after her arrest

Ethiopia: Open letter to Prime Minister to pursue press reforms

Cameroonian security agents detain 2 journalists

Morocco: The sorry state of freedom

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