Music industry org. the IFPI has sent out a guide to hundreds of companies in the U.S. and Europe, explaining how they can prevent workers from illegally downloading music from the Internet.
The riders on the legal storm over the use of the name the Doors are duking it out in the press. Drummer John Densmore was widely quoted to stop his former bandmates Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger…
Jane's Addiction returns to headlining Lollapalooza this summer, six years since the multiact show last toured the country.
Multiple Grammy nominee Avril Lavigne on Wednesday picked up six noms for the Junos, Canada's music awards, including new artist and album of the year for "Let Go."
Universal Music Group has upped financial guru Marinus N. Henny to vice chairman of the label giant. He will report directly to chairman-CEO Doug Morris.
Rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson rode in one of the biggest waves of media hype in recent memory to a stellar No. 1 bow this week, selling more than 872,000 copies of his latest disc "Get Rich Or Die…
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Fox has pacted with Michael Jackson to air the embattled pop star's own footage of his recent interview with British journo Martin Bashir.
Warner Bros./Madonna joint venture Maverick Records has tapped marketing guru and former Hollywood Records exec Daniel Savage to be its new general manager. He replaces ex-G.M. Fred Croshal, who…
Online music service Pressplay soon will be able to beef up its digital library with tracks from such artists as Nirvana, Frank Zappa and Mudhoney, thanks to new music-licensing deals with a clutch…
In an effort to ensure that artists and copyright holders are paid for the sale of their works online, the music industry's two main trade orgs Monday unveiled a standardized electronic…