DIGITAL MUSIC NEWS WEEK IN REVIEW

Sony BMG appeared to ink an online video licensing deal with AOL Music this week, though nothing official was issued by either company. The deal is alleged to be an. Continue reading

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VERIZON & CLEAR CHANNEL BRING CONCERTS TO CELL PHONES

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) Verizon Wireless and Clear Channel Entertainment Properties haved launched the V CAST Encore Channel exclusive to Verizon Wireless V CAST customers, broadcasting concert performances from artists in rock,. Continue reading

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Our Apologies For The Lack Of Postings

I got quite (temporarily) ill late last week and have been unable to post for several days.  I’m back on track now so watch the info fly!  Thanks for your. Continue reading

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Yahoo Launches Full Featured Music Subscrition Service At A Deep Discount Price

Yahoo! today announced Its new music subscription service, Yahoo!Music Unlimited, providing music fans with music listening and management functionality an introductory price of just $59.88 per year or $6.99 on. Continue reading

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deviantART Builds Powerful Online Art Community

Many web sites have tried to serve as online community centers for musicians and music lovers, but none has done for music what deviantART appears to be doing for progressive. Continue reading

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Live365 COO Rags Gupta occassionally blogs on the current state and future of all forms of internet broadcasting.  He’s a bit wordy, but if net streaming and/or podcasting is your. Continue reading

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In another move that should make mobile music listening (including via internet streaming and broadcasting) a reality, USAToday reports that "Intel, AT&T and other corporate giants are throwing their weight. Continue reading

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ARE NEW EXPANDED RANDOM PLALISTS REALLY THE FUTURE OF RADIO?

From The Chicago Sun Times " Calling it a ‘redefinition’ of its alternative rock music format, WKQX-FM is expanding its playlist from 200 to nearly 1,000 songs and reaching back. Continue reading

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Publishers Finally Consider Blanket Net License Of Music

From HollywoodReporter.com "A thaw might be brewing in the long-running dispute between music publishers and Internet distribution companies over royalty payments as the head of the publisher’s trade association told. Continue reading

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