The Firm Picks Up Spivak Sobol

The Firm Picks Up Spivak Sobol

Los Angeles music management company Spivak Sobol Entertainment has merged with the Firm, bringing with it such acts as Yellowcard, A Perfect Circle, Queens Of The Stone Age, Three Days Grace, Vanessa Carlton and the Distillers. They join such Firm clients as Limp Bizkit, Korn, Linkin Park, Dixie Chicks, Audioslave, Enrique Iglesias, Snoop Dogg and Michelle Branch.
Impala Holds On Sony BMG Stance

Impala Holds On Sony BMG Stance

European independent labels' body Impala has delayed making a final decision on whether to initiate a court challenge to the Sony BMG merger.
The Firm Picks Up Spivak Sobol

The Firm Picks Up Spivak Sobol

Los Angeles music management company Spivak Sobol Entertainment has merged with the Firm, bringing with it such acts as Yellowcard, A Perfect Circle, Queens Of The Stone Age, Three Days Grace, Vanessa Carlton and the Distillers. They join such Firm clients as Limp Bizkit, Korn, Linkin Park, Dixie Chicks, Audioslave, Enrique Iglesias, Snoop Dogg and Michelle Branch.
Impala Holds On Sony BMG Stance

Impala Holds On Sony BMG Stance

European independent labels' body Impala has delayed making a final decision on whether to initiate a court challenge to the Sony BMG merger. Sources suggest an announcement is likely in the week beginning Oct. 25.
Wind-up Opens In Canada, Inks Warner Deal

Wind-up Opens In Canada, Inks Warner Deal

New York-based Wind-up Records is setting up shop in Canada. The Toronto-based operation, Wind-up Entertainment Canada, has inked a distribution deal with Warner Music Canada.
Japan's KDDI Moves On Mobile Downloads

Japan's KDDI Moves On Mobile Downloads

Japan's second largest mobile operator KDDI said yesterday (Oct. 13) that it will launch the country's first mobile phone-based full-song download service at the end of November.
U2

U2

The first single from one of the year's most anticipated releases is proving to be an immediate smash.
MPAA Files Round Of Piracy Suits In L.A.

MPAA Files Round Of Piracy Suits In L.A.

The Motion Picture Assn. of America (MPAA) has announced that it has filed 41 criminal cases and one major civil case relating to the sale of pirated DVDs in Los Angeles. The civil case involves an L.A. Police Department captain.

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