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  1. British High Court Orders ISPs To Block Pirate Bay

    April 30, 2012 1:28 PM EDT The British High Court has ordered five of the U.K.'s biggest ISPs to block users from accessing illegal file-sharing site the Pirate Bay. The ruling by Justice Arnold was made late last Friday (April 27) and was officially announced today. I ...

  2. Will the 2012 London Olympics Really Boost The U.K. Music Industry?

    February 23, 2012 7:50 AM EST The London 2012 Festival, the UK's biggest-ever nationwide festival, falls under the auspicies of the Cultural Olympiad and will include music events. Though much of the musical contents of the opening and closing ceremonies are still shroude ...

  3. Business Matters: Bands Can Now Sign Up for Google+ Pages

    November 07, 2011 7:20 PM EST Google+ Pages + Your Band = Your Band In Google Search Results -- Google has opened up its social network, Google+, to brands and businesses and made it easier for individuals to immediately connect with them. Google+ Pages is the business side of ...

  4. British Telecom ISP Ordered to Block Access To Newzbin2 Filesharing Site

    October 26, 2011 11:28 AM EDT LONDON - British Telecom (BT) has been ordered to block access to the alleged filesharing website Newzbin2 BT has been given 14 days to block access to a website accused of promoting illegal filesharing "on a grand scale" by Hollywood st ...

  5. Virgin Media to Partner With Spotify: Report

    June 30, 2011 11:05 AM EDT After years of planning an innovative music service, British telecom Virgin Media will instead partner with Spotify, according to a report in The Guardian . The report went on to say the company is planning a limited trial of the service this summ ...

  6. Business Matters: Why Some Americans Will Lose Interest in Spotify

    March 15, 2011 6:12 PM EDT Spotify Thrown Over For A WIMP ... -- In "I Broke Up With Spotify," Swedish writer Sam Sundberg explains that he has taken up a relationship with WiMP, the music service that launched last month in partnership with telecom company Telnor ...

  7. UK Report Guides Debate On Govt Anti-Piracy Role

    October 16, 2009 12:00 AM EDT The All Party Parliamentary Communications Group apComms , a group created to provide discussion between the communications industry and British Parliamentarians, released a report on Thursday that is the culmination of an inquiry into what role g ...

  8. Business Matters: Live Nation/Ticketmaster, Net Neutrality, Garth Brooks

    October 16, 2009 12:00 AM EDT -- Major concessions would be needed for the Justice Department to approve a merger of Ticketmaster and Live Nation , sources have told the Wall Street Journal. The report offered no details or guesses on which concessions could be made. One possi ...

  9. Business Matters: Bruce Springsteen, Spotify, Cherry Lane

    September 23, 2009 12:00 AM EDT -- A Bruce Springsteen concert in Greenville, S.C. - the Bi-Lo Center's first with paperless ticketing - ran into a few problems. It seems many people didn't know they needed to present two pieces of ID at the venue, and long lines preve ...

  10. Brussels Copyright Summit Kicks Off

    May 30, 2007 12:00 AM EDT The inaugural CISAC Copyright Summit has started in Brussels with some lively initial sessions. The two-day summit, attended by over 500 delegates, goes under the banner "Creators First" and is focused on the protection of copyright in t ...

  11. CISAC Organzies 'Copyright Summit'

    January 22, 2007 12:00 AM EST French crooner Charles Aznavour, English singer-songwriter Billy Bragg, film-maker Michael Apted, British Telecom CEO Ben Verwaayen, and EMI Music Publishing president Roger Faxon will take part in a two-day 'Copyright Summit' in Brussel ...

  12. Harry Fox Appoints Chief Info Officer

    June 12, 2006 12:00 AM EDT Gilchrist moves to role from ProLink Comm. The Harry Fox Agency has appointed Samuel Gilchrist as chief information officer. He will be in charge of the IT Client Solutions department in New York, reporting to president/CEO Gary Churgin. Gilchrist ...

  13. HMV CEO Giles To Step Down

    January 12, 2006 12:00 AM EST Leading British music merchant HMV Group plc today (Jan. 12) said its chief executive Alan Giles will retire at the end of 2006. In a separate interim trading note issued to the London Stock Exchange, Leading British music merchant HMV Group plc t ...

  14. HMV CEO Giles To Step Down

    January 12, 2006 12:00 AM EST Leading British music merchant HMV Group plc today (Jan. 12) said its chief executive Alan Giles will retire at the end of 2006. In a separate interim trading note issued to the London Stock Exchange, Leading British music merchant HMV Group plc t ...

  15. Warner, BT In Landmark U.K. Accord

    December 08, 2005 12:00 AM EST Developing on-demand music programming. Warner Music U.K. will become the first music content provider for the new "TV over Broadband" service to be launched next year in the U.K. by telephone operator British Telecom. The two companies ...

  16. Warner And BT In Landmark U.K. Accord

    December 08, 2005 12:00 AM EST Warner Music U.K. will become the first music content provider for the new "TV over Broadband" service to be launched next year in the U.K. by telephone operator British Telecom. Warner Music U.K. will become the first music content prov ...

  17. French Watchdog Lodges Complaints Against VU

    January 25, 2005 12:00 AM EST France's market regulator, AMF, has begun disciplinary proceedings against Vivendi Universal stemming from an inquiry into a November 2002 bond issue and has made complaints about its two top executiv (Reuters) -- France's market regulat ...

  18. French Watchdog Lodges Complaints Against VU

    January 19, 2005 12:00 AM EST France's market regulator has begun disciplinary proceedings against Vivendi Universal stemming from an inquiry into a November 2002 bond issue and has made complaints about its two top executives. France's market regulator has begun dis ...

  19. French Watchdog Lodges Complaints Against VU

    January 19, 2005 12:00 AM EST France's market regulator has begun disciplinary proceedings against Vivendi Universal stemming from an inquiry into a November 2002 bond issue and has made complaints about its two top executives. France's market regulator has begun dis ...