Exclusive: China shuns U.S. request for talks on airline website dispute over Taiwan

BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – China has rejected U.S. requests for talks over how U.S. airlines and their websites refer to Chinese-claimed Taiwan, according to sources, including a U.S. official, adding to tensions in a relationship already frayed by a major trade dispute. Reuters: Business News

Find Out What’s Missing From Duchess Meghan’s Official Royal Family Website Page

Forgetting something? Less than 24 hours after the royal wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sussex’s official biography page on the website of the British royal family has been unveiled — but there are a few things missing. 5 Ways Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s Wedding Celebrated Her American Roots Though(…)

DV Show Podcast Interview Featured on Net Briefings’ Website

The DV Show Podcast interview with CEO, Gary Anderson, from Net Briefings is featured on the NetBriefings’ website. Gary’s interview covers the following: Details about Net Briefings Enterprise product E-Conference Enterprise. A follow-up to Streaming Media West 2007 Net Briefings earlier announcement this year of Proclaim Avid, Final Cut Pro, and Streaming Training Courses

Here’s Why Beyonce Disappeared From the CMAs Website After Her Epic Performance With Dixie Chicks

Hold up — did the CMAs really delete all mention of Beyonce from their website after a racist backlash? Not so fast. According to the awards show, the Country Music Association Awards only removed a snippet of Queen Bey and the Dixie Chicks’ performance because they didn’t have the rights to publish the clip online.(…)

Kim Kardashian: Website Apologizes For Claiming Reality Star Faked Robbery

Earlier this month, Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint by men dressed as police officers who forcibly entered her Paris hotel room. Understandably traumatized by the experience, Kim kept off social media for a week (a lifetime in Kardashian years), and her family pleaded for privacy and compassion. Of course, asking Twitter and the tabloids for an(…)