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2009-01-23 09:31:00

New Mobile Application Offers Millions of Streaming Tracks and Your Last.fm Music Profile On-The-Go NEW YORK and LONDON, Jan. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Last.fm today announced its launch on the Android platform, offering an 'on-the-go' music application enabling users to access all the best of Last.fm from their mobile phones. Features include similar artists and genre-specific streaming radio stations, personalized streaming radio, up-to-date concert information and the ability to track users'...

2008-12-16 08:30:00

CNET and GameSpot Post Double Digit Growth As Shoppers Turn to the Sites for Shopping Advice and Product Recommendations this Holiday Season Last.fm Continues Growing Popularity as a Leading Music Destination in the U.S. with 26% Increase in Users CBSNews.com Posts 63% Increase in Unique Users, Driven by Election and Post-Election Coverage SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- CBS Interactive today announced significant increases in traffic across its leading brands, according to...

2008-10-22 18:00:13

Pandora Media, Inc. (www.pandora.com), the premier provider of personalized radio service online, announced today the hire of Dan Gerber as a senior account manager for the east coast. Prior to joining Pandora, Gerber was doing a second stint with CNET as the east coast regional sales manager, representing Last.fm and GameSpot under the CBSi Games, Music & Lifestyle division. "We're delighted that Dan has joined our east coast sales team. His cumulative experience working for two major...

2008-10-07 21:00:21

By JED GOTTLIEB You can have everything and you can have it for free. This is the promise of the Internet. No stamps, envelopes, paper, pens? Don't worry, here's Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo. Encyclopedia set out of date? Relax, here's Google, Wikipedia and 10,000 free newspapers. Want to listen to every Police song ever written without spending a dime? That was hard. Until MySpace Music. Last month MySpace launched MySpace Music in the hope that you'll cart your CDs to Goodwill and give...

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2008-10-02 06:55:00

The $200 Slacker portable digital music player is set to hit U.S. stores later this month, in time for the holiday season. The web radio-enabled Slacker G2, which allows music fans to update their songs on the go, is hoping to give the popular iPod franchise a run for its money. To use the new device, users will pick from a variety of pre-programmed and personalized stations on slacker.com. There they will be able to save their favorite stations to their Slacker G2, by linking it to their PC...

2008-09-17 06:00:23

By Brad Stone Just a few years ago, a Web site giving away virtually every notable song ever recorded would have had music business executives speed-dialing their lawyers. But in the next two weeks, a battered music industry, facing slumping CD sales and a bleak future, will help to introduce just such a service. The new site, MySpace Music, is the product of a joint venture of MySpace and the three biggest music companies: Warner Music Group, Sony BMG and Universal Music Group. The...

2008-09-15 09:00:23

matchmine(TM), the premier media discovery network, today announced several major enhancements that significantly improve the user experience and underscore the company's commitment to open standards and data portability. Available immediately, users can now access their MatchKey with an OpenID, import user preference information from sites such as Netflix, Last.fm, and YouTube, and also export their MatchKey user preference information. "We believe that a user's information is their own,...

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2008-09-08 11:35:00

Napster portrayed an upbeat picture to investors while reporting its fiscal first-quarter results in August, aiming to calm growing concerns about the company's future.   The company reported the fifth straight quarter of positive cash flow, with revenue of $30 million, nearly unchanged from the previous quarter.  Napster recently converted its service to a Web-based system featuring downloads free of digital rights management.   But despite the optimistic report,...

2008-08-13 18:00:29

NEW YORK, Aug. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- CBS Interactive today announced dramatic increases in traffic across its leading brands, according to comScore Media Metrix (July 2008, U.S. Data). The increases reflect organic audience growth and successful cross promotion efforts both online and on air (TV and Radio) that have taken hold in the first month of integration between CBS Interactive and CNET Networks. Several sites within CBS Interactive recorded all-time highs in what is historically a slow...

2008-08-05 03:00:20

By Jakes, Stephen Schwarzkopf, the Henkel-owned haircare brand, is making its first foray into online advertising with the launch of a campaign to promote its Pro.Styling brand. The digital marketing drive is based around the concept of the 'Hair Police', who have the power to caution internet users with bad hair and give advice to those that want to improve their style. Schwarzkopf has briefed Swamp to develop a Hair Police website, where users can go for the chance to win a night at the...


Word of the Day
abrosia
  • Wasting away as a result of abstinence from food.
The word 'abrosia' comes from a Greek roots meaning 'not' and 'eating'.