Economy of Italy

  1. CMJ Fader Fort: Will Fiat Stay Committed?

    October 12, 2011 10:39 AM EDT After a relatively low-key, title sponsor-free 2010 , the Fader Fort is returning to CMJ next week with a host of new partners. Presenting sponsor Fiat steps in for longtime sponsor Levi's, continuing its sponsorship from this year's Sou ...

  2. Italy's Fastweb Launches Subscription Service

    December 06, 2010 12:00 AM EST Fastweb, one of Italy's leading providers of broadband, cable and landline communication, has announced the launch of a new digital subscription music service. It is called Fastweb Music, and will be run in collaboration with the digital cont ...

  3. Tiscali Partners With EMusic

    October 29, 2009 12:00 AM EDT U.K. entertainment and media portal Tiscali.co.uk, part of the TalkTalk Group, is to launch a DRM-free download-to-own subscription service in partnership with digital retailer eMusic. Entitled Music For Life, the service launched in the United Ki ...

  4. Carphone To Buy Tiscali U.K.

    May 08, 2009 12:00 AM EDT British telecoms and retail group Carphone Warehouse has agreed to buy the British assets of Italian Internet service provider Tiscali for £236 million ($355.6 million) in cash, free of debt. Tiscali, with more than €600 million ($805.2 million) i ...

  5. Tiscali Shares Jump On U.K. Sale Talks

    May 06, 2009 12:00 AM EDT Shares in debt-laden Italian Internet service provider Tiscali surged 15% on Wednesday, boosted by a report that Carphone Warehouse is still seeking to get a deal to buy its British assets. The Times newspaper said the talks might continue into th ...

  6. Britain Agrees Plan To Tackle Online Music Piracy

    July 24, 2008 12:00 AM EDT Some of Britain's biggest Internet service providers have reached an accord which voluntarily binds them to a code of practise intended to sharply reduce illicit file-sharing. The six ISPs -- Virgin Media, BSkyB, Carphone Warehouse, BT, Orang ...

  7. Tech Firms Respond To McGuinness Blast

    February 01, 2008 12:00 AM EST Paul McGuinness's big-hitting speech at this year's Midem has inspired a wave of reaction, not all of it positive. The U2 manager's lecture became one of the 42nd annual trade fair's hottest talking points, when he used its pod ...

  8. Tiscali Streams O2 Wireless Fest Exclusives

    July 12, 2007 12:00 AM EDT Mercury Music Prize winner Badly Drawn Boy and chart-topping dance act Faithless are among the high-profile U.K. performers appearing on the exclusive "Tiscali VIP Sessions" being Webcast by Tiscali, the U.K. Internet service provider. A ...

  9. Wireless Festival Sets Webcast Record

    June 22, 2007 12:00 AM EDT More than 55,000 fans watched live streaming from London's four-day O2 Wireless Festival -- the highest Webcasting figures ever achieved by telecommunications company Tiscali. Tiscali partnered with Live Nation for the shows, which took place ...

  10. BPI Receives Positive Co-op From ISPs

    July 12, 2006 12:00 AM EDT U.K. music industry association BPI said today (July 12) it welcomed indications that British Internet service providers Tiscali and Cable & Wireless will suspend the accounts of serial illegal fi U.K. music industry association BPI said t ...

  11. BPI Receives Positive Co-op From ISPs

    July 12, 2006 12:00 AM EDT ISPs willing to disconnect file-sharing offenders. U.K. music industry association BPI said today (July 12) it welcomed indications that British Internet service providers Tiscali and Cable & Wireless will suspend the accounts of serial illega ...

  12. BPI Hunts Down More Illegal Filesharers

    July 10, 2006 12:00 AM EDT British music industry trade body the BPI has intensified its pursuit of illegal file-sharers by targeting Internet service providers for the first time. British music industry trade body the BPI has intensified its pursuit of illegal file-sharers ...

  13. BPI Hunts Down More Illegal Filesharers

    July 10, 2006 12:00 AM EDT Organization pursues Internet service providers. British music industry trade body the BPI has intensified its pursuit of illegal file-sharers by targeting Internet service providers for the first time. The labels organization says it has written ...

  14. Studio Monitor

    January 20, 2005 12:00 AM EST Producer/engineer Tony Maserati finds a way to fine-tune mixes at a lower cost than those of high-end commercial studios. Read Chris Walsh's column. Producer/engineer Tony Maserati finds a way to fine-tune mixes at a lower cost than those of ...