Today’s links of interest:
- Country’s Gone & Dees “Gets Movin” To Mornings At 93.9 LA
What does it mean when "America’s Most Listened To Country Station" goes pop? And brings back blowhard Rick Dees? We dunno, but at least one ‘Loper is gonna have to find something else to listen to on her daily commute.
- InStore pact to send ABC grocery shopping
As if the wait in Ralphs ("Welcome to Ralphs, now get in line!!") isn’t bad enough. If an real-life desperate housewife waiting to checkout sees a promo for said show, will she enter a time/space loop?
- Ebert Recovery May Take Months
Kind of the physical manifestation of the "Decline of the Critic."
- Freedom of Information
More on the brewing copyright wars — what happens when copyright holders restrict creativity? Creativity rebels.
- Beijing Might Issue Regulations Aimed at Censoring Online Videos
This announcement should come as no surprise to anyone who has been paying attention.
- YouTube video policy takes on iTunes
Okay, so this is a nail in the iTunes coffin. Based, exactly, on what?
- The Modern Ethicist: Does my pre-order entitle me to bittorrent a CD?
This is just the sort of question that keeps the Medialoper team up late at nights.