BILLBOARD PUBLISHES YEAR IN MUSIC

Billboard has published portions of it’s year end wrap up and charts online here.  "This special section will give you a peek at where your favorite artists landed on some. Continue reading

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Apple Shuts Out Real

According to a report from the Asscoiated Press Apple has begun blocking the Harmony technology created by RealNetworks Inc. that was designed to get around the iPod music player’s copy-protection. Continue reading

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Music Choice & Sprint Create Mobile Phone Music Channel

Music Choice and Sprint have luanched a music subscription service designed for mobile phone users complete with video and programmed channels. This is the first music streaming service available to. Continue reading

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Jupiter Says Sunscription Services Will Outpace Downloads

(From CelebrityAccess Media Wire) JupiterResearch’s latest survey on digital and online music, Consumer Survey Report: Music, 2004, which is based on a survey of over 2,300 online adults and also. Continue reading

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FCC Spares Satellite Radio Indecency Rules

Subscription satellite radio services like D.C.-based XM Satellite Radio and New York-based rival Sirius do not have to abide by the same on-air decency standards as traditional broadcast stations, the. Continue reading

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Jazzfest Swings To New Media

From the New Orleans Times Picayune: "When Jimmy Buffett performed at the Mahalia Jackson Theatre of the Performing Arts on Wednesday night, the New Orleans audience wasn’t the only one. Continue reading

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New Technologies Changing Radio’s Future

For a good non-technical overview of all of the technologies competing with traditional broadcast radio; check out this article in the Greensboro, NC News-Record .  The article takes a look. Continue reading

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AOL To Embrace Ad Supported Model For More Content

In a world there is an abundance of free media Internet, radio, broadcast TV, we’ve often wondered if subscription based consumer services can survive.  Can is be a good business. Continue reading

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SoundExchange Launches New Artist Royalty Info Services

SoundExchange, the recording industry entity set up to collect royalties paid by webcasters to stream music online and distribute them to artists and record labels, has launched a new search. Continue reading

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Three Net Companies Join Forces To Break Indy Acts

Many Music 2.0 convention attendees recently attended a live concert performance by Geoff Byrd, an indie artist sponsored by MSN, Garageband, and Live365. The three net companies have joined together. Continue reading

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