Pam Horovitz, the longtime president of the National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers, will step down from her post in July.
The wave of consolidation that has swept the terrestrial radio business in the past decade has left scores of dejected and disillusioned DJs in its wake. But a lucky few have found a home in the…
MTV's VH1 brand debuts this month as a 24-hour channel on Thailand cabler UBC and as daily programming strips on MTV Southeast Asia and MTV Philippines, reaching more than 17 million households.
The first English-singing Iraqi boyband -- optimistically named Unknown to No One -- hopes to become the Backstreet Boys of Baghdad after attracting the interest of Brit-based talent scout and pop…
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The Los Angeles chapter of the NARAS will present its Governors Awards to recording industry executive Clarence Avant, Randy Newman and Lionel Richie at the 2003 membership awards luncheon June 19.
Regal Entertainment will present a digital re-broadcast of a Beyonce Knowles concert in multiplexes in 20 markets on June 24, timed to promote the release of the R&B singer's new album the same day.
Shane Fontayne is the latest to attempt the move toward center stage. A veteran guitarist who has played alongside Bruce Springsteen, the Mamas and the Papas, Steve Forbert and Maria McKee, Fontayne…
Taking a cue from the venues that pose its greatest seasonal competition, the House of Blues in West Hollywood has unveiled subscription plans for several summer concerts, a first for nightclubs that…
Michael Jackson has settled a $12 million lawsuit filed against him by a former business manager, the pop star's attorney Zia F. Modabber claimed Wednesday. Settlement terms weren't disclosed.
Shipments of Latin music sank by almost 16% in 2002 from the prior year, according to data released Wednesday by the Recording Industry Assn. of America, which placed the blame squarely on that…