MySpace is to launch the first social network available on TV. Developped with Yahoo! and Intel, a MySpace widget embedded in some Samsung and Toshiba models will allow members to watch TV while connecting with online friends.
Millions of American viewers may lose access to MTV, Nickelodeon and more than a dozen other cable television channels on Thursday if media giants Viacom and Time Warner fail to agree on a renewed licensing agreement.
The "One Laptop per Child" foundation has used a digital reconstruction of the former Beatles singer John Lennon's voice and image in a TV campaign designed to promote access to solar-powered laptop computers for the world's poorest children.
Horst Tappert, the actor behind the cult German tv-character Inspector Derrick, has died aged 85 in a Munich clinic. Tappert played the legendary inspector in a total of 218 episodes between 1974 and 1998, reaching TV screens in 108 countries.
A documentary about a terminally ill British resident who chose to end his life at a Swiss clinic was due to air on a UK television channel Wednesday night, prompting a political debate on assisted suicide.
The guest on the France 24 interview is British actor Roger Moore, who played James Bond and was awarded the Order of Arts and Letters, one of France’s highest honours. He presents his autobiography, "My word is my Bond."
With debate ratings high and an increasing number of viewers follow the campaign, candidates are spending a significant part of their budget on TV ads. Also in this edition: a report from Miami with Cuban voters and the 'that one' buzz on the web.