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REDMOND, Wash., Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today Zune, Microsoft Corp.'s end-to-end music and entertainment service, announced jointly with Fania Records the availability of a custom collection of Fania albums consisting of never-before-digitally-released productions.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced that the Amazon MP3 music store will be pre-loaded on the T-Mobile G1, the world's first Android(TM)-powered mobile phone in partnership with Google.
By David Pogue This might sound kind of weird, but here it is: the iPod and the Zune aren't rivals anymore. And not just because the iPod outsells the Zune about a gazillion to one, either. No, it's because the iPod and the Zune no longer serve the same audience. That's a surprising development.
By Gary Levin Web-savvy viewers routinely catch up with missed TV episodes online, but networks are split on screening them before their premiere. For the third year, NBC plans an aggressive campaign to make new series widely available a week before their premieres.
The leading provider of premium digital audio, Audible Inc., an Amazon.com Inc. subsidiary (Nasdaq: AMZN), today announced a new technology integration and marketing agreement with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) to extend AudibleReady capabilities to the Zune family of digital media players.
Nine of the country's leading radio broadcasters today announced their commitment to broadcast programming on FM stations that include song tags using existing broadcasting infrastructure.
Microsoft Corp. will debut a $300 million marketing initiative next month featuring comedian Jerry Seinfeld. The campaign, which will begin September 4, will center on a series of television ads in which Seinfeld will appear with Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates.
Wizzard Media (AMEX:WZE), the world's largest podcasting network, announced a new feature today allowing publishers to distribute high-quality video content through TubeMogul's online video distribution and analytics service, now integrated into the Wizzard Media publishing platform.
Microsoft Corp. is turning to Hollywood to give its Zune portable media player a competitive advantage against Appleâ€™s iPod.
By MALCOLM VENABLE By Malcolm Venable The Virginian-Pilot In one of Bud Light's commercials for its new lime- flavored beer, the soundtrack features a cackling voice, backed by thunderous drums. "Got no need for the fancy things," a woman squeals.
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