The Beat

The Beat

Britney Spears puts domesticity aside and visits Los Angeles radio station KIIS. Read Melinda Newman's column.
Brits A Hit With Biz

Brits A Hit With Biz

The nominations for the 25th Brit Awards, unveiled here Jan. 10, were greeted by the music industry as the most credible in years.
Canadian Group To Appeal iPod Tax Ruling

Canadian Group To Appeal iPod Tax Ruling

The Canadian Private Copying Collective announced yesterday (Jan. 13) that it will seek to appeal a Canadian federal court ruling last month that overturned levies of up to $25 Canadian ($20.61) on digital music players such as iPods.
Tuned In: Radio

Tuned In: Radio

Ford will be offering Sirius Satellite Radio in its 2006 and 2007 model year vehicles. Read Marc Schiffman's column.
Fuse Plans Slate Of New Music Programs

Fuse Plans Slate Of New Music Programs

Fuse aims to raise the stakes in the competition among music video networks by investing in more programs and expanding its management team.
Factory's Wilson Returns With F4

Factory's Wilson Returns With F4

Tony Wilson, the veteran British producer and label executive who helped launch the careers of Joy Division, New Order and the Happy Mondays, has established a new record label, F4 Records.
Bret Michaels Joins 'Nashville Star'

Bret Michaels Joins 'Nashville Star'

USA Networks will announce today (Jan. 13) that Poison frontman Bret Michaels has signed on as a judge for the third season of the country music reality series "Nashville Star."
Queen Latifah To Host Grammys

Queen Latifah To Host Grammys

Musician/actress Queen Latifah will host the 2005 Grammy Awards, which will be televised live on CBS Feb. 13 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Brit Video Biz Backs Comedy Fundraiser

Brit Video Biz Backs Comedy Fundraiser

Britain's home video distribution business said today (Jan. 13) that it will release a special comedy DVD in a bid to raise £1 million ($1.89 million) to aid UNICEF's Tsunami Children's Appeal.
Michael Gray

Michael Gray

This will dominate dancefloors and dance radio in the weeks to come.

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