Even when he's singing folk songs that are decades old, Bruce Springsteen remains a potent commercial force. The latest disc from the Boss was among six new releases that shook up the top 10 on the…
Music piracy is "an increasingly sophisticated trade plied by savvy multistate criminal operations," according to an industry report, which identifies the top 12 U.S. cities where bootlegging is most…
MTV Networks Intl. has launched its first on-demand broadband and mobile service in Asia. MTV Boombox provides users in South Korea with a customizable online environment featuring local and…
EMI wants to play, but Warner Music is playing hard-to-get. In the latest chapter of the merger that won't die, Warner Music Group has rejected EMI Group's proposal to acquire the music company for…
The producers of Fox dramas "Prison Break" and "House" apparently share similar tastes in music. Final act of Monday night's "Break" featured an extended montage accompanied by the 1998 Massive…
The movie and recording industries would like college students to unlearn certain computer skills, such as using the campus's local area network (LAN) to swap files illegally.
The music industry's four major distributors -- EMI, Sony BMG, Universal and Warner Music -- renewed contracts with Apple Computer on Monday to continue selling songs through the iTunes musicstore.
Liza Minnelli will be feted with top kudos at the 14th annual American Society of Young Musicians spring benefit concert and awards, held at West Hollywood's House of Blues June 13.
Leaders of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists have approved a one-year extension of AFTRA's sound recordings contract to June 30, 2007.
At the tender age of 7, Coachella has navigated its way through the crossroads with agility and grace. Festivals, a business that was dying when this alt-rock-oriented, desert get-together was…
The first weekend of the first post-Katrina New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival started with the New Orleans Jazz Vipers introducing a new song, "Won't You Come Home to New Orleans," and reached its…