It was the King over the Stones by a nose this week. RCA Records' collection of Elvis Presley's 30 No. 1 singles squeaked past a similar compilation from rock legends the Rolling Stones, hanging on…
Saban co-founder and musical artist Shuki Levy and producer-choreographer Anita Mann have established a production-distribution outfit called LevyMann Entertainment.
Only this much is clear: Jennifer Lopez has left International Creative Management. Whether she jumped or was pushed is still a matter of contention as agents around town jockey to fill the void.
Listen.com has secured a major distribution channel for its music-subscription service Rhapsody, cutting a deal with high-speed Internet provider Verizon Online DSL.
A compromise on royalty rates forged between record labels and Webcasters has been written into legislation and was passed unanimously in the House of Representatives.
The European Union Commission will create a one-stop shop licensing system for TV and radio broadcasts of music on the Internet, as well as by traditional terrestrial or cable means.
Short of klieg lights, the triumvirate at the Oak Room these nights is offering an affectionate reflection of Hollywood during the golden age. It was an era that found tunesmiths such as Rodgers…
Move over Scary, Sporty, Posh Ginger and Baby: It's time for Curry Spice.
Jamiroquai, Puff Daddy and the Wallflowers have been added to the list of performers for the 1997 MTV Movie Awards, which will be broadcast live on Sept. 4 from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
NBC's got Cher, babe. The Peacock has sealed a deal with the former Mrs. Bono to tape a two-hour concert special featuring the now-blonde diva for air sometime midseason.
Rock group Bon Jovi will be stocked in stores today after all. A U.S. District Court judge in New York has denied a request from Netco DownloadCard for an injunction against the release of "Bounce,"…