Claramae Turner, an operatic contralto best remembered for her celebrated rendition of "You'll Never Walk Alone" in the 1956 film "Carousel," died May 18 in Santa Rosa, Calif. She was 92. The Rodgers…
Apple unveiled its long-rumored radio function, dubbed iTunes Radio, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on June 10 in San Francisco.
There's an almost eerie calm when one arrives at the AKA Beverly Hills during a weekday in April. The sprawling, granite-paved driveway, manned by a valet, appears deserted. The coolly lit lobby is…
A New York appellate court has overturned a 2010 verdict favoring lender Citigroup in Terra Firma Investments' fraud suit over its 2007 purchase of EMI Music. While Friday's decision by the U.S…
Within the next five years, Google's YouTube could generate $15 billion or more in annual revenue — which would make it about the same size as CBS or Viacom, a Wall Street analyst predicts. "We think…
Relativity Media has grown at a fast clip the past few years as Ryan Kavanaugh revved up his film and TV operations. But that expansion has been fueled by new investors and pricey debt, leading…
Hearst Entertainment & Syndication president Scott Sassa has left the company, The New York Post reported late Wednesday, in light of a scandal involving a woman forwarding to his colleagues…
Variety's Q&A with songwriter Gerry Goffin
Singer-actor Rick Nelson's estate has sued Capitol Records for millions in unpaid royalties, alleging widespread accounting sleight-of-hand.
Moving further into the realm of global rights management espoused by EMI Music chairman/CEO Roger Faxon, EMI Music Publishing has taken over licensing of digital rights of its EMI April Music song…
EMI may be sold as an intact entity by Citigroup, which assumed control of the debt-distressed company earlier this year, according to one news report.