Bob Dylan dominated the Venice Film Festival on Tuesday as Todd Haynes' biopic "I'm Not There" split critics but set off a praise wave for the singer-songwriter on the Lido.
BMI will distribute to songwriters, composers and copyright owners a record $732 million in royalties for its 2006-07 fiscal year, up 8% from the previous year.
Net profit at Bertelsmann took a major hit from the Napster legal settlement, which contributed to an 86% drop in half-year earnings for the German media giant.
Universal Music Publishing Group has announced its new senior executive team to lead its European operations.
One roadblock after another has been placed in the career paths of pop performers whose careers date back to the 1950s. Younger talent buyers have taken over, state fairs have lost their fear of rock…
Paul Anka and Petula Clark have new albums. And Clint Eastwood's' documentary on Tony Bennett is being released this month. But don't call it a revival.
Mrs. Bruce Springsteen, who sings about looking for Elvis in Memphis in CD's opener, plops herself down in Elvis Country, navigating the soul and gospel of the state's southwestern end with twangy…
Victoria Hart's often unfocused debut album is a stab at finding the best vehicle for her come-hither, upper register voice.
Calvin Harris' cheeky "I Created Disco" arrives in the States pumping its fists, spilling its drink and dragging wallflowers onto the dancefloor.
Vivendi's second quarter net profits fell 49% to Euros 594 million ($811.2 million), on revenues up 7.4% to Euros 5.203 billion ($7.111 billion).
A lawsuit recently filed against the Recording Industry Assn. of America could ultimately force the org to drop or dramatically change the way it uses its principal weapon in the fight against online…
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