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Cell Phone Use To Double To 3 Billion By 2010

Just in case you ever doubted the importance of the music industry working aggressively with cell phone manufacturers and cell service providers, Gartner Research has released a report predicting that. Continue reading

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Despite Pending Lawsuits Kazza Partner Altnet Inks Sublime/Silverback Entertainment Deal

"While a major court decision hangs over the head of Kazaa-owner Sharman Networks, new content deals continue to be signed. Most recently, Kazaa partner Altnet has inked a relationship with. Continue reading

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Universal Offers Tracks Via Verizon Ringbacks

Digital Music News reports that, "Verizon has taken the ringback concept one step  forward, incorporating over 500 tracks from Universal Music into its existing service. Ringbacks, which replace the tone. Continue reading

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Infinity Radio Embraces Content Rich Mobile Phone Broadcasts

From Digital Music News: "Terrestrial radio continues to eye mobile opportunities,and  with Infinity Broadcasting the latest to announce an initiative. The conglomerate stepped up discussions on its "Visual Radio" offering,. Continue reading

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5 Mile WiFi A Step Closer To Reality

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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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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iPod A Window To Each Owners Soul…But Will Music Marketers Take Heed?

Interesting article from The WashingtonPost.com on how iPod/Mp3 player playlists provide windows into the personalities of their owners.  One would think that a smart music marketer could learn much about. Continue reading

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Record Labels Turning to Cell Phones for Digital Music Profits. LA Times Reports On Motorola’s New Non-Apple Music Phone Inititative iRadio.

CNet and Digital Media Wire report that, "…major record labels, frustrated by Apple’s reluctance to negotiate on price points for songs on its iTunes Store or license its technology for. Continue reading

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AOL Release Beta Media Player For Non-Subscriber Use

Digital Music News reports that "AOL recently unwrapped its beta media player, with plans to make the application available to non-subscribers. The AOL Media Player (AMP) will be multi-functional, offering. Continue reading

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Radio Listenership Down Except In Cars Despite Satellite Radio

Kurt Hanson’s Radio And Internet News reports that in "a surprising contradiction of the conventional wisdom, a new RAIN analysis of the past six years’ worth of national Arbitron radio. Continue reading

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