The new Michael Jackson reckoning ought to serve as a lesson against blind faith — and wilful blindness.
Not for the first time, radio stations have to decide what to do with the music of someone at the centre of sexual misconduct allegations.
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After a lengthy trial, Dr Conrad Murray has been sentenced with committing the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson. But what's the difference between voluntary and involuntary, asks Harrison Polites?
The trial of Michael Jackson's former doctor is taking the American media by storm but many of the defense's key witnesses have been blocked, which calls into question its legitimacy, writes Amy Ephron.
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So commodified is the news business that from a consumers’ perspective, a closed newspaper is more like a brand of chewing gum that’s disappeared, to be easily substituted for another brand, writes Jonathon Oake, of blog The Spongeist.
Singer Nelly Furtado recently admitted that she got paid US$1 million to perform for Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's family a few years ago. Furtado isn't alone: Mariah Carey, Beyonce and Usher have all performed for the Gaddafi clan.
The recent announcement that This Is It director Kenny Ortega plans to remake Michael Jackson's iconic Thriller music video into a feature length movie is very ominous news. Don't do it, says Stuart Heritage.