Koch Lorber has acquired U.S. theatrical and video rights to "Glass: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts."
Indian film and TV group UTV Software Communications has branched out into music.
Sony BMG is making its music available DRM-free on Amazon.com, making the Amazon digital music site the only online vendor that has all four majors supplying music without digital rights management…
LRSmedia, which produced a 13-part "Legends of Jazz" series, has begun production on a documentary on the history of recorded music that will be accompanied by a traveling museum exhibit.
Motown Records founder Berry Gordy will be honored by the Recording Academy at its annual Grammy Salute to Industry Icons event on Feb. 10, immediately after the 50th annual Grammy Awards.
A music biz org in Blighty has received the support of top politicians in its campaign to clean up the secondary ticketing market and ensure artists are properly rewarded.
IDINA Menzel scored a pitch-perfect touchdown singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the recent Giants/Patriots game. Her hubby, Taye Diggs, had to hear Idina rehearse "at least 400 times. I have a…
In a move designed to get major music trade organizations to reorganize, EMI has made the first step to exit the British trade group IFPI.
Dianne Ogden-Halder, a talent coordinator, casting director and former assistant to Phil Spector who testified at his trial, died of undetermined causes Dec. 29 in Park City, Utah. She was 61.
A compelling indie-rock lineup tunefully floated the theory behind the L.A. Philharmonic's intriguing series examining how music reflects elements that constitute a city.
Three months after Radiohead shocked the system with a "pay what you want" digital model for "In Rainbows," the album hit No. 1 in its first week of availability on compact disc.