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Ron Paul

Former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul is launching a new self-titled media channel that will be available in high definition for television and online services, according to a website promotion. Read more»

'Yo Soy 132' activists march against Televisa in Mexico City on May 23.

Yo Soy 132, Mexico's youth protest movement, is working to stage a democratic revolt against an almighty establishment: television. Read more»

English fish and chips.

Northern Europe is enjoying a food renaissance. Once maligned British nosh is now hailed – even in France. Read more» 1

On September 7, the Tucson City Council is scheduled to make a decision that may bring in over $20 million of revenue through 2022. If you are a Cox Cable subscriber, that revenue will come from you. But you are not allowed to decide where that money goes or how it's used by the city. Read more» 1

PIRATA TV, a collaborative project by 50 local cinematographers, writers, journalists, artists and educators, is part journalism, part documentary and part artistic statement. And it uses bootleg DVDs to bypass the traditional media channels. (with video) Read more»

Carlos Slim

At the top of the food chain sat the world’s richest man. At his flanks were Mexico's top TV moguls. But peace and prosperity broke down this year, with Slim trying to plunge into the TV market while the television kings pushed into his sacred phone business. Read more» 1

It's been 30 years since MTV changed the music business, bringing us the Buggles' "Video Killed The Radio Star," along with a second British Invasion, Michael Jackson, Madonna, and making it okay for white suburban kids to listen to rap. Read more»

Political commentators Bruce Ash and Paul Eckerstrom square off on the topic of legislative redistricting on the Monday Political Face-Off. Read more»

'Glee' cast will take the stage at the Dodge Theatre in Phoenix this weekend

While the young stars of "Glee Live! In Concert" prepare to open their tour with a two-night stand in Phoenix, show creator Ryan Murphy published an open letter today calling for a boycott of Newsweek magazine. Read more»

Dr. Pierre Blanche demonstrates the laser technology that produces 3-D images for television at one of the optic labs at the University of Arizona.

UA scientists are working on technology that will not only make it possible to watch 3-D flicks without those annoying glasses, but also will have more serious practical applications when it comes to medical and military imaging applications. Read more»