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Ron Paul gives an update on his presidential campaign and says monetary policy is the root cause of our economic problems and the forbidden issue in American politics.
Ron Paul discusses the merits of the gold standard and says there's no real difference between the leading presidential candidates.
Nat Worden and John Fout discuss the implications of recession on the political environment.
NetFlix and LG Electronics are partnering up to deliver your movies straight to TV. Brittany Umar and media reporter Nat Worden discuss whether NetFlix can stand up to challengers like Apple.
Brittany Umar and media reporter Nat Worden uncover why Lions Gate's new game plan -- releasing DVDs in January while its rivals digest their holiday sales -- might be set for success.
If iTunes rents Fox movies, it may crush NetFlix and Blockbuster, says Thestreet.com's Nat Worden.
The new ad deal is the latest effort to fend off the online ad behemoth, says TheStreet.com's Nat Worden.
Brittany Umar and media reporter Nat Worden discuss 16-year old Nickelodeon star Jamie-Lynn Spears' pregnancy announcement, its effect on Viacom, and how other teen-star scandals signal this may be the end of Spears' career on kids' TV.
The Mitchell Report names a lot of big-name ballplayers, which will effect fans and advertisers alike.
Brittany Umar and media reporter Nat Worden discuss why Viacom's Paramount Pictures movie 'Jackass 2.5' is the perfect first movie to experiment releasing on the web.