- Newsmaker: Studios Launch Movielink Online Film Service This is the first day of Movielink, which 5 major studios hope will protect them from Internet piracy. For a fee, movie fans can now enjoy movies on-demand by downloading popular Hollywood films onto their computers. David Bloom, who covers technology for Daily Variety, is following Hollywood-s campaign against the Napster-type piracy problem.
- Reporter's Notebook: Veterans- Cemeteries Quickly Filling with WWII Soldiers
American veterans are dying at the rate of more than 1500 a day, so fast they-ve created space problems at 120 national cemeteries around the country. The National Cemetery in Riverside alone buried or inurned almost 8000 people last year, at an average of one every 15 minutes, 5 days a week. Still, says Mike Anton of the LA Times, Riverside still has room for more to come.