Steven Gaydos: Eurotrack
Asia's TV music channels continue to fight for China's crucial youth market, despite restrictions on when and where they can broadcast into the mainland.
Microsoft released a digital tool kit that will make it easier to create piracy-defeating "second sessions" for music and other material on CDs.
Pearl Jam is headed back out on the road this spring, scheduling 49 new U.S. tour dates to support their seventh CD, "Riot Act" (Epic) -- with more dates to be added in the coming weeks.
BMG topper Rolf Schmidt-Holtz on Thursday unveiled a major revamp of the label-group's management hierarchy, jettisoning BMG's current regional structure with an eye toward breaking major acts on a…
Despite temporary dislocation, the film and media department of the Museum of Modern Art has skedded a full slate of programs and screenings for the first half of the year.
Recording Industry Assn. of America topper Hilary Rosen will ankle her post at the end of the year, after nearly two decades with the music org -- including four tumultuous years as chief exec on the…
Record buyers nationwide made a beeline for "Chicago" this week, vaulting the soundtrack to the acclaimed Miramax musical to fourth place in the album charts and busting up the monotony of an…
Troubled music retailer Wherehouse Entertainment made its second Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in just over a decade Tuesday as the slump in record sales across the country continues to claim victims…
The Jazz Piano Improv series kicked off with artistic director Dick Hyman and guest Bill Charlap united for a flowering pastiche of theater songs by Broadway's prolific wonder man, Stephen Sondheim…
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media