Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered a robust, and very thinly veiled, rebuke to Facebook and Google over their privacy policies in a speech at the "EPIC Champions of Freedom" event in Washington on Monday night.
Pusha T (aka Terrence Thornton) caused a social media firestorm Monday night (June 1) when he tweeted about being denied entry to a club -- an unusual event on its own for the veteran rapper -- in his native Virginia Beach, allegedly because he was black.
Carly Rae Jepsen’s follow-up to 2012’s magnificent Kiss album is fast approaching, with Emotion now receiving an official track list following the release of lead single “I Really Like You” and album track “All That.”
The fruits of Bandpage's ambitious and long-in-the-works data crunch -- focused on identifying artists' most engaged fans and knowing what type of product those fans may be interested in -- finally come off the vine today.
The 16th annual Latin Grammys will be broadcast live on the Univision Network Nov. 19 from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. This will make it their eighth time in Vegas and their second at the MGM Grand Garden Arena since the show first took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in 2000.
BMG Rights Management wants damages, fees and costs of at least $450,000 relating to royalties from "InnerSpeaker" and "Lonerism" albums and the "Tame Impala" EP. Universal and Modular “totally reject the claim."
During his 12 years at Pepsi, Cooper was instrumental in revitalizing the company's global music strategy, from inking talent deals with Beyonce, Usher and Janelle Monae, to overseeing its multi-year, multi-million dollar sponsorship of Fox's "The X Factor" and more.
What will happen to the music business through the end of the decade? Disruptive entrants could push the market off course -- or the business could follow the predictable path forecast by PricewaterhouseCoopers in its annual Entertainment & Media Outlook report.