Will H. Schaefer, a composer whose music accompanied hit television shows such as "I Dream of Jeannie" and "The Flintstones," has died in California, a family friend said Wednesday. He was 78.
An altruistic message hangs like an enormous green banner over the Live Earth concerts set to unfold this weekend across six continents, but for the Web giants who are beaming the 24-hour event…
Legendary British jazz singer and author George Melly died at home Thursday. He was 80.
China's second biggest wireless carrier China Unicom has started testing a service that will allow subscribers to download songs to cellphones.
The race for No. 1 between two singers who gained initial fame on TV was too close to call last week, but Miley Cyrus has clearly emerged the victor.
Despite a massive surge in digital music sales last year, the popularity of the fledgling market is still not making up for the slide in physical products, such as CDs.
The music industry has welcomed reports that illegal Russian download site Allofmp3.com has shut down.
Marc Cherry, producer-creator of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," wants to keep things blooming, ratings-wise on Wisteria Lane.
Lyricist Hy Zaret, who wrote the haunting words to "Unchained Melody," one of the most frequently recorded songs of the 20th century, has died at age 99.
Participant Prods. is planning a feature-length documentary about Saturday's Live Earth global warming concerts, with Brian Hill directing. Hill's Century Films and Katie Bailiff will produce.
With clenched-fist salutes and repeated calls for power to the people, the politics of the True Colors tour looked back to the '60s, although the music, headlined by Cyndi Lauper (who also organized…