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Sony's board of directors voted unanimously to reject the notion that it should spin off its entertainment business, and it sent a letter Monday explaining its position to Third Point, the investment vehicle of Daniel Loeb.
Radio personality Eddie "Piolin" Sotelo, whose nationally syndicated show was cancelled abruptly last month by Univision, has issued a statement stating that allegations of harassment against him by his former colleague are untrue.
A peek inside this week's issue, including two stories from magazine on "the Pandora War" and Google's talks with Verizon about its streaming service, Google Play -- and much more.
For the third time this year, Bruce Springsteen earns the top ranking on the weekly list of Hot Tours with $27 million in ticket sales reported from the final eight European dates on his Wrecking Ball World Tour with the E Street Band.
“It’s rare that we’re ever in the same town, let alone the same place at one time,” Charlie Jones said as his C3 founding partners Charlie Walker and Charles Attal joined him backstage at Lollapalooza Sunday afternoon (Aug. 4).
C3, the Austin, Texas-based producer of Lollapalooza music festivals in Chicago, Chile, and Brazil, announces today that it will partner on Lolla Brazil going forward with Time 4 Fun (T4F), the leading South American live entertainment promoter.
Bezos is buying The Washington Post and other newspapers for $250 million, The Washington Post Co., announced Monday. Bezos is buying the paper as an individual. Amazon.com Inc. is not involved.
The singer also canceled concerts Tuesday in Minneapolis and Saturday in San Diego. He is also scheduled to perform Friday at the Outside Lands festival in San Francisco. Concerts last week in New York and Maryland were canceled due to illness.
The musician, singer, producer and composer leaves behind a stunning legacy that includes collaborations with the likes of Frank Zappa and albums such as the Jean-Luc Ponty Experience with the George Duke Trio. Duke’s music has been sampled by the likes of A Tribe Called Quest, Pete Rock and Madlib.
The study also found that illegal downloaders are more likely to search for content using terms like an artist's name rather than "mp3" or "torrent". The CCIA's report analysed results from a few popular songs, including Rihanna's Diamonds and Ke$ha's Die Young.
£1 a month mobile music service Bloom.fm has brokered a deal with Merlin while also surpassing the 250,000 registered users milestone.
The star, real name Antwan Patton, has inked a $450,000 (£300,000) deal with bosses at Britain's Channel 5 network to join the fly-on-the wall reality TV show, which will begin airing later this month (Aug13).
Motörhead has posted a short statement on their website on why they chose to play the Wacken Festival this past weekend, after having said they were cancelling all festivals for the year, and the aftermath of their shortened set.
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