An Australian film-maker who found two young virgins willing to sell their bodies to the highest bidder has scored again. Justin Sisely’s controversial documentary film Virgins Wanted is to be re-packaged for the small screen as a reality TV series.
A video game, the first to be funded by NZ On Air, has been released by Auckland games developer InGame, to promote New Zealand music. NZ On Air spent $287,000 on the game
Reese Witherspoon has been charged with disorderly conduct after her husband was arrested for driving under the influence.
“Mommy, I want to be white.” Imagine my wife’s anguish and alarm when our beautiful brown-skinned three- year-old daughter made that declaration. We thought we were doing everything right to develop her self-esteem and positive racial identity.
The wisdom of business professors, once only available to MBAs and business students, can now be accessed by anybody with an Internet connection. Hundreds of universities, and a growing number of business schools, are making recordings of lectures, seminars and conferences available to the general public via Web sites such as iTunes and YouTube
If those coveted 20-something readers can’t identify with Hugh Hefner, maybe they will with “The Simpsons.” Like nearly everything printed on paper these days, Playboy magazine has been facing tough times. Advertising pages have dropped 31 percent over the last year, newsstand sales have dried up by 25 percent, and its circulation has dipped to 2.4 million, according to publishing insider Media Industry Newsletter.
George Lucas didn’t get to be a billionaire by delegating. Holding fast to his vision — and his marketing rights — for the “Star Wars” empire has made it the biggest franchise in history, and made Lucas one of the most powerful people in entertainment.
I have seen many weight loss DNA testing kits on the Internet. These tests claim to identify the best weight loss program by analyzing your DNA
In keeping with the democratic nature of user-generated media, Facebook is inviting its 150 million users to help decide how the online gathering place is run. A week after a policy-change blunder sparked widespread protests, the Web’s most popular social-networking site announced a new approach Thursday to give users more control over future Facebook rules and practices
On an otherwise placid holiday weekend, one blog’s commentary on a change to Facebook’s terms of service created a firestorm of banter on the Web: does the social network claim ownership to any user content on the site, even if the user deletes it? Facebook reorganized its terms of service last Wednesday. In a blog post, company legal representative Suzie White provided an explanation