TiVio For Radio

Freedom of control in how, when, and where we enjoy our entertainment is a common thread found in those technologies and devices that are successful.  (The fact that major labels. Continue reading

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Sony/BMG To Embrace A New Kind Of P2P

The LA Times has reported that, in a major departure from the recording industry’s campaign against P2P file-sharing technology, Sony BMG is cooperating with Grokster – the very same file-sharing. Continue reading

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ASHLEE SIMPSON WON’T GO AWAY THANKS TO THE NET

If you need a lesson in how music marketing and promotion is effected by the internet and the immediate communication by and between almost anyone who has an interest or. Continue reading

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HDTV On Your Cell Phone

The convergance of media devices continues as the NY Times reports that “miniature mobile phones, which already double as cameras, Internet devices and music players, are poised to merge with. Continue reading

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Will Digital Distribution, Podcasting, and Satellites Cause A Creative Renaissance In Broadcasting?

From the USC Annenberg Online Journalism Review: “The rules for the broadcast radio business — the traditional ‘terrestrial’ radio — are changing in many ways, with satellite radio… and the. Continue reading

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ASCAP Settles On Net Broadcast Fees For Commercial Radio

In a move that is sure to bring more over the air broadcasters onto the internet playing fiels, ASCAP has won approval for slightly more than $1.7 billion in royalty. Continue reading

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Shameless Plug: LISTEN TO AUDIOSKYLINE

If you like electic alternative and roots music, please give a listen to our online broadcast: AudioSkyline. It’s 24 hours of great free form music. Tell a friend. To listen. Continue reading

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You Read It Here First: Podcasting

Hypebot told you about Podcasting. Today the LA Times chimes in: “From the Los Angeles Times: “First came pirate radio, then Internet radio. But in the last month, a new. Continue reading

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TRENDWATCH: Podcasting

NBC13.com reports that Podcasting,which combines three of our favorite things: blogging, music, and iPods, “promises to change the way listeners view radio in much the same way that Napster changed. Continue reading

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Internet Radio Growing Despite Hurdles

From the Toronto Star: “Judging by the hoops and hurdles the fledgling Internet radio industry is currently hopping through in the United States, the medium that arguably holds the most. Continue reading

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