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  • As risk of drought rises, Australian farmers struggle to invest

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - When a scorching drought struck eastern Australia in 2006, cattle farmers Robyn and Paul Kendal had to slaughter nearly all their livestock and spend around a year of their normal turnover on feed to keep the remainder alive. With a...
  • DirecTV, Dish Network to vie for political cash with customized ads

    Satellite TV giants DirecTV and Dish Network are looking for a landslide this fall — in political dollars. For the first time, satellite broadcasters will be jockeying with other media outlets for a share of political spending that could top $3...
  • Congressional candidate has faith in technology

    Congressional candidate has faith in technology
    MELBOURNE — In a congressional race that might otherwise be an uneventful re-election stroll for incumbent U.S. Rep. Bill Posey, R-Rockledge, Democratic nominee Gabriel Rothblatt is drawing attention for family connections that are fueling his run...
  • 'Today' vs. 'Good Morning America': Morning News Race Heats Up TV's Fiercest Duel

    Like most duels, this one starts at dawn. About 5,000 people, some of them dressed in purple wigs or stars-and-stripes hats, have lined up outside Rumsey Playfield in New York's Central Park in the wee hours of what will turn out to be a beautiful June...
  • Another former SpaceX employee sues over alleged labor law violations

    Upstart rocket manufacturer and darling of the commercial space industry SpaceX is facing another lawsuit over its labor practices. In the second of two lawsuits filed in Los Angeles County last week, a former employee alleges that the rocket maker...
  • Radio Disney to sell almost all of its radio stations

    Radio Disney to sell almost all of its radio stations
    If you’re a Radio Disney fan who still listens to the network’s programming the old-fashioned way ­­ –  you know, on the radio – you might want to tune out this latest news. Then again, there are so few Radio Disney listeners...
  • Japan sends Hello Kitty into space

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Hello Kitty, Japan's ambassador of cute, is on a government-funded mission to space. The project to launch Sanrio Co Ltd's white cat with a pink bow into orbit is part of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push to promote Japan's high-tech...
  • Jumping into streaming TV

    Jumping into streaming TV
    More TV viewers are picking up so-called streaming media boxes in the hope of fulfilling a simple wish: Let me watch what I want when I want. Basically, the devices, some as small as a thumb drive, link the TV to the Internet so users can watch...
  • Despite controversy, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith gets even more work

    Despite controversy, ESPN's Stephen A. Smith gets even more work
    Despite being suspended for his comments about domestic violence, you will be able to hear more from Stephen A. Smith, not less. It was announced this morning that ESPN will produce “The Stephen A. Smith Show” for SiriusXM’s Mad Dog...
  • New Leader for NBC's 'Today' Coming Aboard Earlier Than Expected

    A new executive who is expected to function as a sort of chief executive for NBC's venerable "Today" program will be joining the morning-TV franchise earlier than expected. Jamie Horowitz, currently a vice president of original programming and production...
  • Invite these to tailgate

    Back-to-school season usually doesn't deserve a celebration, except by some parents, but it coincides with two other seasons — football and tailgating — with almost universal appeal. So let's celebrate in Parking Lot C with some equipment for...