The Orchard announced on Friday that it has signed a distribution deal with U.K.-based independent record label Fierce Panda Records. Under the terms, New York-based The Orchard will digitally distribute. Continue reading

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From RAIN and Wired.com: “Hollywood — always in search of hip, influential people who can get others to go see a film — is spending an increasing portion of its. Continue reading

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Teens Tune Out Radio Says Study

From RAIN and Vancouver’s The Province: “Mark Weir, 16, doesn’t listen to the radio as much as he used to. ‘There are too many commercials,’ he said. Instead, he listens. Continue reading

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The CD Ain’t Dead Yet

FROM FMQB: “BMG North America President/COO Charles Goldstuck spoke to the Jupiter Media Research Plug-In conference yesterday about the state of the digital music business. According to Billboard, Goldstuck believes. Continue reading

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Apple Promises iTunes For The Cell

From The Hollywood Reporter: “Apple Computer Inc. will make a slimmed-down version of its iTunes jukebox software that No. 2 cell phone maker Motorola Inc. will install on some wireless. Continue reading

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(Low) Power (FM) To The People

From FMQB “The good news: Maybe this will create more radio jobs. Tha bad news: You may wake up one day to discover that your second adjacent channel protection is. Continue reading

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Copyright Bill to Kill Tech?

From Wired.Com “The Senate Judiciary Committee will consider a bill Thursday that would hold technology companies liable for any product they make that encourages people to steal copyright materials. Today’s. Continue reading

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DiscLive who records and distributes live concert CDs, said on Friday that it will release a double CD recorded at upcoming sold-out concerts in New York City’s Central Park by. Continue reading

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Clear Channel Concert Division Hits Slump?

From two stories on MusicBiz.com:“A little over a week ago, MusicBiz reported on what is shaping up to be a largely disastrous summer concert touring season. More evidence of that. Continue reading

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33% of global ’03 music sales were illicit

From The Hollywood Reporter:“Global sales of pirated music added up to an estimated $4.5 billion by the end of last year, according to figures released Thursday by the International Federation. Continue reading

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