The European Union isn't done with iTunes yet. Though Apple's deal with EMI on Monday to allow DRM-free downloads seemingly ends the complaints of some European governments and consumers groups that…
In New York: Remember how, after Gianni Versace was murdered, his sister Donatella rose to sudden fashion prominence where she still presides today? Well, let's speculate about the next "name" to…
Choosing to stay in the small but loyal faith-based industry or go for the mainstream stars may be the toughest decision of a Christian artists' career.
Throughout the industry, where many white entertainers hide their light under a bushel, their African-American equivalents are more than happy to let it shine.
Bob Morelli has been promoted to president of Sony BMG's indie-oriented distribution unit, RED. Morelli, who is based in New York, will report to Sony BMG chief operating officer Tim Bowen.
Bill Charlap has long been ranked with the most fluid, entertaining pianists in jazz -- a status he's been augmenting of late with a new role as one of the music's more effective ambassadors. He put…
Randy Spendlove has been upped to prexy of music at Paramount Pictures, managing all music matters including film scoring, music supervision and soundtrack production.
MTV is making its move to dominate the music vidgame space. Conglom on Monday announced plans with Harmonix, the "Guitar Hero" game developer it bought for $175 million last year, for "Rock Band,"…
Village Roadshow has formed a new music division, Village Roadshow Music Group, and tapped former Paramount Music chief Burt Berman as president.
Josh Groban started his Saturday night concert at Staples Center by assuring his fans that "when your heart's heavy/I will lift it for you." For the evening's big finale, the shoe was on the other…