When ABC execs chose Coldplay's "Yellow" as the score to the web's ad campaign last December, they probably weren't aware that their new corporate anthem was inspired in part by a comically botched…
Fatboy Slim's musicvideo for "Weapon of Choice" drew nine noms for the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, topping the tally of all other artists, as MTV announced the nominees July 23.
The Wetlands, the Gotham club that helped spawn the "jam-band" phenomenon, will close its doors on Sept. 15.
The U.S. Copyright Office on Monday launched a crucial -- and divisive -- arbitration trial that pits Hollywood players against each other over how much Webcasters should have to pay in royalties to…
Teen-pop juggernaut Jive Records has inked a deal with Nickelodeon and its newly minted Nick Records division to develop new acts and distribute records for Nick's young demo.
Big entertainment guns will go head-to-head today when the U.S. Copyright Office launches a landmark arbitration hearing that will determine how much labels and artists should get in royalties for…
Try as they might to display a more mature side as songwriters and lyricists, the members of Green Day -- a third, fourth or maybe even fifth-generation punk band -- are still working the same…
Streaming media giant RealNetworks will lay off 15% of its staff, marking the first cutbacks to hit the company.
Setting the ball rolling for what is expected to be a contentious and high-profile negotiation, the U.S. Copyright Office named three arbitrators to oversee a copyright arbitration royalty panel…
The European Commission is taking the U.K. to the European Court of Justice, the territory's highest court, over its failure to pay royalties to music rights holders for works broadcast in a public…
Last summer around this time, Diana Krall and Tony Bennett sold out the Hollywood Bowl in a twin weekend bill. On Wednesday, a weeknight, Krall did it all by herself, the latest in a string of Bowl…