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A federal appeals court ruled on Thursday that oral arguments in a music-downloading lawsuit filed by the recording industry against a Boston University student can't be streamed online.
New Agreement Focuses on Acquisition, Production and Distribution Rights for Theatrical Exhibition LAS VEGAS, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- (ShoWest Booth #1905) Sony Electronics' Digital Cinema Solutions and Services Group is collaborating with Media Push Entertainment LLC to secure and develop music and entertainment content for digital cinema events in movie theaters, as well as for distribution across multiple platforms such as the Internet, television and others. Media Push is a full-service...
AT&T confirmed this week that it will begin sending warnings to subscribers accused by music labels and movie studios of trafficking in pirated material.
As record sales continue to slump, music industry executives are being forced to make alliances with digital file-sharing services.
Digital Deal Expands Long-term Partnership NEW YORK, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony Music Entertainment and Wind-up Records have expanded their exclusive distribution agreement to include digital rights, it was announced today by Thomas Hesse, President, Global Digital Business, U.S.
All across America, teenagers are discussing and praising the complexity of Aerosmithâ€™s â€œTrain Kept a Rollingâ€ - They are mentioning how difficult The Rolling Stoneâ€™s â€œGimme Shelterâ€ is to play on the guitar.
Proceeds From the Event to Benefit the Growing Number of Hungry Americans CHICAGO, Dec.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has decided to stop suing individuals who download music and instead attempt a new strategy through partnership with Internet service providers.
NEW YORK, Dec.
On Wednesday, Sony BMG was sued by the US government after being accused of violating federal rules aimed at protecting the online privacy of children.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.