Online music seller EMusic.com has amended its licensing agreement with National Music Publishers' Assn. unit the Harry Fox Agency to include a royalty structure for its planned music streaming…
Over the past several years, the Loser's Lounge has evolved from a forum for Big Apple hipsters to indulge their collective kitsch-pop jones into an outright extravaganza that splits the difference…
Jay Berman, chairman and CEO of the IFPI, the global record industry org, has extended his contract for an additional two years, to the end of 2002.
San Diego-based hard rockers P.O.D. have been around for the better part of eight years, releasing a number of indie albums and steadily touring around the West Coast, in the process becoming one of…
Anschutz Entertainment Group, which presents live entertainment and sporting events at its owned facilities including Los Angeles' Staples Center, said Thursday it will acquire the Concerts West…
The Musicland Stores music-retailing chain said Thursday it has agreed to be acquired by the Best Buy consumer-electronics chain for $685 million in cash and assumed debt. Both companies are based in…
Seagram Co.'s record label has been sued for disseminating songs over the Internet by music publishers who claim the rights to hits such as "White Christmas'' and "Jailhouse Rock.''
A grand example of the whole having a distinctly different value than that of its parts combined, Grand Slam brings out a side of the woodwind player Joe Lovano that isn't necessarily used when he is…