It was a pivotal moment for the music industry which many thought sounded the death knell for recorded music sales, but Radiohead won't be repeating their decision to let fans choose what to pay for their downloads, frontman Thom Yorke says.
In the latest of a series of high profile exits from MTV Networks International, the music broadcaster announced Friday (March 2) that U.K. head Michiel Bakker was quitting the music broadcaster after almost 20 years.
The Finnish government said it has launched a tender process for Europe's first mobile digital television broadcasting license in a bid to boost such innovative services as mobile TV broadcasting via in-car TV or live TV to mobile terminals. The license would also mean that laptops and PDAs would be able to receive digital TV signals.
The Walt Disney Internet Group said Nov. 7 it has acquired Munich-based mobile games developer and publisher Living Mobile, creator of such games as "Hudson Soft's Bomberman," "Lode Runner" and "Resident Evil," in a bid to raise its games profile and build its European mobile business.
Culture secretary Tessa Jowell pledged Oct. 5 to protect Britain's creative industry from intellectual property theft and warned that European states would have to present a united front to tackle burgeoning piracy in vast growth economies such as India and China.