Napster Takes Aim At iTunes With Portable Download Subscriptions

According to The Hollywood Reporter "Napster unveiled an improved version of its core technology Wednesday. Known as Napster 3.0, the enhancements incorporate the digital music company’s consumer launch of its. Continue reading

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UNG TO LAUNCH THE INTERATIONAL MUSIC FEED TV CHANNEL

The Universal Music Group is set to launch it’s own video channel THE INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FEED.  Few details are available, but it appears likely that the channel will feature primarily. Continue reading

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MIDEM SPEAKERS GET IT: MUSIC MUST BE PORTABLE

The Hollywood Reporters writes from MIDEM that, "Music must not only be protected but also made easier for consumers to move around and enjoy if the digital world is to. Continue reading

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The Internet Radio Revolutions Is Upon Us

There is a great article in the London Telegraph on the growth and future of internet broadcasting and the incredible variety of formats available. "Video killed the radio star," sang. Continue reading

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Cingular and Sony Join For Hip Hop Talent Search

Cingular Wireless said on Thursday that it partnered with Sony Ericsson and Sony Urban Music on a hip-hop artist talent search that will include the chance for finalists to perform. Continue reading

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Music Downloads Grow Tenfold

From the Hollywood Reporter:  "More than 200 million music tracks were downloaded legally in the United States and Europe last year, up from a year-earlier 20 million, the International Federation. Continue reading

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Canadian Music Industry Digital Distribution Provider Musicrypt Enter US Market With Billboard As Partner

Musicrypt Inc., a leading enabler of user-friendly and secure music distribution today announced, it will enter the United States Music Industry in early 2005, partnered with Billboard Radio Monitor, following. Continue reading

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HYPBOT SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR THE YEAR IN MUSIC MARKET AWARDS

As the year draws to a close we’re seeking nominations for a list of the top campaigns, trends and products shaping the music industry in 2004-2005. Nominations are being accepted. Continue reading

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XM And Sirius Continue to Loose $ As They Grow

Information Week reports that while subscriptions to both Sirius and XM Satellite Radio continue to grow, each  is still operating at a loss.  XM reported a loss of $304 million. Continue reading

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Internet Radio Poised For Growth

C-Net concludes that thanks to broadband and a number of other factors internet radio is poised for future growth.   "Radio analysts say Clear Channel (who has just begun a. Continue reading

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