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Date: 2013-02-27
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Google in Talks to Launch Internet Radio Service
Search-engine giant Google reportedly wants to compete in the internet radio game. Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that the company is in preliminary talks with major record labels in an attempt to compete with streaming services like Spotify and Pandora. Gillian Pensavalle has the story.

Team Bungie Forgets They Have Arms At PS4 Conference, Women AWOL
The internet is aflame with claims that Sony may be sexist, due to the absence of female presenters at the 2013 Sony Playstation Conference. Twitter responds in force. Also, famed game developers, Bungie, made a very awkward presentation, where none of them seemed able to move their arms. Hilarity ensued. Follow me on Twitter! @JennieDoomsday
Leonardo DiCaprio Stars In Jim Beam Ad For Japan
Leonardo DiCaprio recently announced that he's taking a break from making movies, but he just turned up in a commercial for the bourbon company Jim Beam. However, the commercial only airs in Japan. He joins the long list of other celebs like Uma Thurman, Hugh Jackman, and Brad Pitt who also star in bizarre commercials overseas. Kristina Behr has the details.
Right on Schedule with The Delivery Men and DaVinci Resolve 9 for Andy Roddick Foundation
The Andy Roddick Foundation (AFR) believes talent is universal but opportunity is not, which is why the nonprofit's goal is to provide all children with a support system that gives them hope for a brighter future. To achieve this goal, ARF has raised more than $10 million since inception to fund programs improving the daily lives of thousands of children. While ARF runs and supports programs that enhance educational and economic opportunities for thousands of children throughout the United States, the nonprofit is headquartered in the city Andy Roddick calls home: Austin, Texas. To help increase awareness and support for its local initiatives, AFR turned to Austin based production company The Delivery Men to create the "This Is" promotional film for its 2012 Andy Roddick Foundation Gala in Austin.
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In today's show, the Twitter reaction to Beyonce's Power-outage performance, and the disappointing Super Bowl commercials.

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