Rocket Science

  1. Business Matters: Why We7 Could be the Next Pandora

    June 22, 2011 5:25 PM EDT Is We7 The Next Pandora? -- U.K. digital music service We7 could be the closest thing to Pandora outside of the U.S. With a few years of learning under its belt and a product revamped for the mainstream, and with 3 million unique users a month in ...

  2. Briefs: 50 Cent, Harry Fox, Rocket Science, Jordin Sparks

    November 09, 2009 12:00 AM EST -- 50 Cent 's "Before I Self Destruct" album, due next Tuesday (Nov. 16) on G-Unit/Shady Records/Aftermath/Interscope, is now available as an exclusive at iTunes until its physical release. -- The Harry Fox Agency will provide the 3 ...

  3. Publishing Briefs: Cherry Lane, RightsFlow

    June 17, 2009 12:00 AM EDT -Cherry Lane Music Publishing Co. has signed a worldwide, long-term publishing agreement with 2008 "American Idol" winner and songwriter David Cook. As part of the deal, Cherry Lane will be administering Cook’s current catalog and will h ...

  4. Rocket Science Links With Europe's Essential Music

    February 03, 2009 12:00 AM EST Los Angeles-based label services provider Rocket Science has formed a new strategic relationship with Europe's Essential Music & Marketing. The partnership was formalized at the MIDEM conference last month in Cannes, and will offer full l ...

  5. Indie Agencies Merge, Form Rocket Science Promotion

    November 12, 2008 12:00 AM EST Label services provider Rocket Science has merged with radio and marketing agency Contraband. As of Dec. 1, the Contraband staff will be integrated in to the Rocket Science organization under the name Rocket Science Promotion. According to a spoke ...

  6. Simply Red Shifts To Caroline

    March 05, 2007 12:00 AM EST EMI-owned Caroline Distribution has entered into an agreement with SimplyRed.com and will issue the act's next album in the U.S. on April 24. Simply Red worked with Red Distribution for 2003's "Home," and the act's 2005 se ...

  7. WGAW, Reality Staffers Sue For Back Wages

    August 30, 2005 12:00 AM EDT The Writers' Guild of America West has helped a second group of reality television writers and editors to file a class-action suit to further their organizing goals and win back alleged lost wages, it LOS ANGELES (The Hollywood Reporter) -- T ...