Carla Hay

  1. Tuned In: The Tube

    May 14, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Walt Disney Records turns to its own resources to push such TV soundtracks as "The Cheetah Girls," Lizzy McGuire" and "Pixel Perfect." Read Carla Hay's column. Walt Disney Records turns to its own resources to push su ...

  2. Tuned In: The Tube

    May 11, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Walt Disney Records turns to its own resources to push such TV soundtracks as "The Cheetah Girls," Lizzy McGuire" and "Pixel Perfect." Read Carla Hay's column. Walt Disney Records turns to its own resources to push su ...

  3. Movies & Music

    May 03, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Counting Crow's Adam Duritz found it an uplifting challenge to write an original soundtrack for "Shrek 2." Read Carla Hay's column. Counting Crow's Adam Duritz found it an uplifting challenge to write an original soundtrac ...

  4. Tuned In: The Tube

    April 28, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Is the music industry shooting itself in the foot by signing artists like William Hung? Read Carla Hay's column. Is the music industry shooting itself in the foot by signing artists like William Hung? Read Carla Hay's column. News Willia ...

  5. Movies & Music

    April 19, 2004 12:00 AM EDT The third annual Tribeca Film Festival will screen such music-themed films as the Joe Strummer documentary "Let's Rock Again!" Read Carla Hay's column. The third annual Tribeca Film Festival will screen such music-themed films ...

  6. Tuned In: The Tube

    April 12, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Missy Elliott's "Pass That Dutch" and Christina Aguilera's "Fighter" lead the 2004 MVPA Awards nominations. Read Carla Hay's column. Missy Elliott's "Pass That Dutch" and Christina Aguilera's ...

  7. Movies & Music

    April 05, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Courtney Taylor and Anton Newcombe turn from friends to foes in the documentary that won the grand jury prize at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, "Dig!" Read Carla Hay's column. Courtney Taylor and Anton Newcombe turn from friends t ...

  8. NYC Residents, Club Owners Battle Over Noise

    March 22, 2004 12:00 AM EST LOS ANGELES--A New York City night-life ordinance is unlikely to see the light of day in 2004. But supporters say the law, which seeks to soften club noise for Manhattan residents, will eventually be Licensing Deals Abound In Wireless Market NYC R ...

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