Ten years after Steve Jobs promised he would change the music industry forever, Mark Cuban is following in his footsteps.
Music for Screens: Summer 2012
Where to find what you need is the film and music biz
The audience fluffers didn't need to encourage the crowd at the June auditions for "The X-Factor" in Oakland. When new judge Britney Spears walked out to the judges' table, the sound was deafening…
Makers view acting and singing as inseparable in quest for authenticity
The U.K. and Europe may have led the way with their hundreds of yearly music festivals, but as U.S. audiences seek more bang for their music buck amid a tight economy, the U.S. concert biz is being…
Historic British record label EMI, which was just about shipwrecked in recent years, may be sailing towards sunnier skies far away from a reckless buyout firm and a bank that repossessed it like a…
Stage tuners are increasingly locating source material in the Indie and Cult sections of the Netflix queue. A new generation of songwriters and librettists is drawn not to the big-name Hollywood hit…
Despite having turned 80 in June, Lalo Schifrin shows no signs of slowing down: He will be honored at two festivals in Europe in October, has a four-CD career retrospective due for release, has…
When country stars like Brad Paisley, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert and Jason Aldean want to ensure their concert visuals are as exciting as their music, they turn to Moo TV.
The composers and supervisors behind the upcoming fall releases
NBC, Sony say their biz plan differs dramatically from the 'Glee' model.