Rumors that Warner Music could be on the verge of resurrecting its merger interest with EMI Group have profiteers gambling on the latter's stock price.
Regional rival music feevees MTV Latinoamerica and Televisa-owned Telehit are redefining themselves under new management, aiming to split the aud for Anglo and Latino music.
Syria has gone on the cultural offensive amid growing international pressure. A play and patriotic pop songs are decrying foreign attempts to make Syria comply with U.N. resolutions.
Mariah Carey continued her career comeback Tuesday, receiving the favorite female artist in the soul/R&B category at Tuesday's 33rd annual American Music Awards.
When 2005 comes to its conclusion, the music industry will point proudly to stunning increases posted in the download marketplace. But the sale of full albums will likely be down 10%.
Bonnie Raitt isn't one to hide the years. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee appears too comfortable in her own skin and is having too good a time for that. She presents a good many of the songs…
Is Hollywood finally ready to embrace file-sharing? Signaling an openness to creating a legitimate business via peer-to-peer technology, MPAA topper Dan Glickman announced Tuesday the first stage of…
Warner Music Group has agreed to pay $5 million to settle a payola probe by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer -- making Warner the second major music label to settle. Sony BMG agreed last…
U.S. Latino media company Voy Group has unveiled Voy Music, the first music platform created by Latinos for Latinos.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has set a Dec. 1 deadline to submit official screen credits and music submission forms for Oscar consideration.