Shares of Internet audio and video technology company RealNetworks surged nearly 17% on Friday after investment firm Robertson Stephens upgraded the stock to a buy rating.
Forget TV, the Chinese are tuning into radio as the next high-tech entertainment format.
When music magazine Blender debuted early last year, it had the chops. But it also had timing issues.
Napster is back from the dead -- again -- thanks to an 11th-hour agreement with its longtime corporate patron Bertelsmann.
Some things never change. Keely Smith is back in town, singin' and swingin' big time. The lady is 74 years old and proud of it. Her voice has lost none of its honeyed warmth and creamy luster…
Whether or not you care for his particular brand of mellow rock music, there's no denying that Dave Matthews and his trusty and talented band sound consistently great in large arenas.
Sony Music Entertainment said Tuesday it plans to use the Scour.com file-sharing service to promote songs from five of its artists.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Louis J. Horvitz will direct the first Intl. Jazz Awards, slated for June 2003 in Las Vegas.
Record buyers clamored for a "lisen" of the latest effort from Philly-born neo soul heartthrob Musiq, vaulting his new disc "Juslisen" to No. 1 in its debut week on the album charts.
Capitol Hill solons admitted Wednesday there is little they can do to stop Librarian of Congress James Billington from announcing the new royalty rate Webcasters will have to pay record labels and…