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GMs Turnaround by Design

US Asian Wire, News report, Rex Feng, Feb 13, 2008

Young Korean visionaries redefine the road for the automotive giant General Motors. GM is hoping that drastic redesigns of some of their flagship brands will help the company make a U-turn and retake the lead in the industry.

Youth Targeted Businesses Get their MAC On

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Eming Piansay, Jazmyne Young and Donny Lumpkins, Jan 31, 2008

Although the super-thin MacBook Air got all the press at MacWorld 2008, inside the conference hundreds of youth/tech-targeted businesses were peddling their wares, hoping to cash in.


New Skills for the New Media

New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Jan 28, 2008

With over 50 million American adults posting original content online, the Internet is the main destination for entertainment. But the real skill is how to process the fragmented world of the new media in all of its glory.

Millions of TVs Slated to Go Black

NNPA , News Report, Jasmin Melvin, Dec 24, 2007

A decision by the Federal Communications Commission to switch from traditional analog TV to the digital format will be complete on Feb. 17 2009 and any analog TV not equipped with cable or satellite service will simply go black.

36Ds Going Once, Going Twice, Sold!

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Russell Morse and YO!Radio Crew, Dec 18, 2007

This week on YO!Radio -- Scott Peterson has AIDS; gets shanked by the Night Stalker, inmate escapes with help from a toilet, porn star auctions off implants, fake priest scams grocery store and ham gets served for Jewish holidays.

African Doctor Heals with Solar Energy

San Francisco BayView, News Report, Janette D. Sherman, M.D. , Dec 04, 2007

Dr. Kobina Atobrah has developed the Integrated Distributed Utilities Network (IDUN) to provide support for infrastructure requirements for basic needs -- potable water, telecommunications and Internet access.

Brown Folks Make Green Cities

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Audio, Alicia Marie and YO!Radio Crew, Nov 28, 2007

This week on YO!Radio -- Oakland dropouts get second chance, brown folks make green cities, the digital divide gets hip hopped and Kayne mourns his mom.


Genetic Drift: The True Nature of Race

Colorlines, News Report, Ziba Kashef, Nov 11, 2007

The study of human genes has sparked a resurgence of debate about the true nature of race, even when scientists are declaring that race was not a valid scientific concept

Dr. Melaku Worede

Melaku: A Defender Of Africas Farmers

The Black Star News, News Feature, Sifelani Tsiko , Nov 10, 2007

The work of one leading voice on agro-biodiversity is becoming even more important to developing countries as they face increassingly complex environmental challenges and political pressures from the lobbies of the United States, Europe and temperate zone crop exporters.


Thumb People Could Decide South Korean Elections

NAM, News Feature, Peter Schurmann and Aruna Lee, Oct 22, 2007

Lowering the voting age to 19 and introducing voting by text message in a country where 87 percent of the population own cell phones might just engage a whole new generation in the electoral system in South Korea. But could the thumb generation also turn presidential elections into American Idol?

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