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XM In Talks To Broadcast To Cell Phones. Hits 4 Million Subcribers.

From CNet News.com: "XM Satellite Radio is holding active discussions with wireless carriers about offering some form of its radio service on mobile phones, XM CEO Hugh Panero said on. Continue reading

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Virgin Megastore Continues Loosing Trends. Deeper Fill Returns As Competittve Advantage.

Digital Music News reports that the Virgin Megastores have "reported a loss of over 68 million pounds ($124.9 million) for 2004, blaming stiff competition from supermarkets for the slide. The. Continue reading

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New Technologies Make Affordble Niche Music TV Possible

Death Metal TV, Folk Music For Families, and Mandolin Mania – niche programming (or even entire channels) "to please any taste or whim – we’ll be seeing much more now. Continue reading

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Chicago Country Station Goes Multicast

Using technology to make new and more diverse music available to more people is what we’re all about.  So huge Hypebot kudos go to Infinity Broadcasting who are "dividing the. Continue reading

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Will Yahoo Set Off A Long Overdue Digital Music Price War?

Digital Music News reports that "Yahoo made a big statement last week with the beta launch of its Music Unlimited subscription and download service, with monthly fees falling below $5.. 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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Coalition of Independent Music Stores’ Top 200 for Week Ending 05-08-05

       Label   Pos.    Artist   |   Title INT 1 NINE INCH NAILS|WITH TEETH LHWY 2 ADAMS*RYAN|COLD ROSES COL 3 SPRINGSTEEN*BRU|DEVILS & DUST ISL 4 FALL OUT BOY|FROM UNDER. 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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HotLocalMusic Offers Affordable Ringtone & Text Message Promo Services

You don’t need to be a big name artist or sign your life away to use the current cell phone craze to promote a band. Affordable and easy to use. Continue reading

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Rolling Stone Names Their Favorite Internet Radio Stations

The current issue of Rolling Stone Magazine asks the question, why pay for satellite radio when the the interent offers so many great broadcasts for free?  Here is the magazine’s. Continue reading

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