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Ruckus Launches Own Network For Legal Campus P2P

Ruckus Network, a provider of legal digital entertainment services on college campuses, on Friday announced the launch of its network, with $9 million in funding from Battery Ventures and Shelter. Continue reading

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An XM Radio Walkman ?

According to a Reuters XM Satellite Radio is expected to to unveil a “wearable” Walkman-like device produced automotive parts and consumer electronics products maker, Delphi Corp. In a note for. Continue reading

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NY Attorney General To Investigate Radio Promo Practices

According to the New York Times, “Eliot Spitzer, the New York State attorney general, has recently taken on a procession of corporate powers from Wall Street analysts to mutual funds. Continue reading

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A Punk Rock View Of The Apple / U2 Alliance

The punk view of the U2 / Apple Alliance from indy/punk site Aversion.com : U2 SELLS OUT TO APPLE “Being a progressive, socially conscious band just doesn’t pay the bills. Continue reading

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A Hopeful Review Of MSN Music

From the Washington Post’s Rob Pegoraro’s Personal Tech e-mail: “Since I reviewed Microsoft’s MSN Music two Sundays ago, the site had its official debut last Tuesday. “Along with the loss. Continue reading

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FUSE TV AND AMERICAN GREETINGS PLAN JOINT MUSIC PROMOTIONS ACROSS VIRTUALLY ALL COMMUNICATION PLATFORMS

Fuse, the nation’s only all-music, viewer-influenced television network, and AG Interactive, the new media subsidiary of American Greetings Corporation, have announced their intention to jointly develop, distribute and market an. Continue reading

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CD Sales Up 10% Plus 59 Million Downloads In First Half Of ’04

The Recording Industry Association of America just announced that music shipments have risen 4% in the first half of 2004, with CD shipments up 10%, but that this increase still. Continue reading

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MAJOR LABEL SANCTIONED P2P’s

Wired.com reported Thursday that “amid the recent collapse of talks over the Induce Act in Congress, record labels are closing in on deals to enable several new peer-to-peer services to. Continue reading

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HDTV On Your Cell Phone

The convergance of media devices continues as the NY Times reports that “miniature mobile phones, which already double as cameras, Internet devices and music players, are poised to merge with. Continue reading

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U2 BROADENS APPLE RELATIONSHIP

Billboard.com reports that “U2 and Apple Computer Inc. are expected to announce next week that they have signed a deal to sell custom iPods. According to a source, the Irish. Continue reading

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