Cloud-based music collaboration platform Blend has partnered with independent distributor The Orchard on a new record label and distribution platform for its community of producers and musicians that will expand its influence beyond its own service and into digital stores around the world.
Reddit, the community-driven link site popular for its "ask me anything" series and abundance of nude photos, announced this week that it has raised $50 million from investors, promising that a portion of it will go back to users.
Glen Campbell battled Alzheimer's Disease throughout the tour filmed in the upcoming documentary Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me. Now he's facing a legal battle over its production and his relationship with director-producer James Keach.
The story of Krewella starts out like an American fable: Two sisters and one former boyfriend from a Chicago, Illinois suburb form a music group, and using some social media savvy, rocket to fame as headliners of popular EDM festivals worldwide. Unfortunately, now the trouble happens: Kris Trindl, a founding member, is suing sisters Jahan Yousaf and Yasmine Yousaf for at least $5 million for kicking him out of the group.
A small but significant change to U.K. legislation comes into effect Wednesday (Oct. 1) that will enable people to freely parody copyright protected video, film and TV works without fear of reprisal or legal challenge.