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Amazon Unveils Online Streaming Music Service, Beating Google and Apple to Potentially Lucrative Market

Over the past few years, online retailer Amazon has shifted its business model, deriving an increasingly bigger percentage of its profits from fields outside of eCommerce, including its cloud computing services and Kindle e-reader. The Seattle-based company is now challenging Apple in the online music sphere with its new Cloud Player service, which allows users […]

Interview with Country Music Star Miranda Lambert

We talk to this Nashville Idol and Grammy winner

They’re Not Just Drunken Addicts Anymore

In todays world of downloading mp3s musicians have become master entrepreneurs.

This summer’s Warped Tour isn’t a gas for cash-strapped bands

Of the hundreds of concert tours sputtering around the United States this summer, the Warped Tour has felt $4-a-gallon gas perhaps most acutely.

A New Definition for ‘Music Television’

The official Web sites for nearly every show that employs hip music are now listing the songs’ titles and artists in an easy-to-follow, episode-by-episode list.

Showstopper: Miss Issa Bayaua

Miss Issa’s mix of R&B and Latin music may turn her into the next great dance diva.

Colleges look to steer students away from illegal downloading of music

Besides increased pressure from the music industry, colleges are looking at controlling student music downloading to save their own computer networks.

School of Rock: Music labels rely on student reps

Music-impassioned college students have for years formed a key part of record labels’ marketing programs.

A Millionaire at Age 21, Rap Mogul’s Schooling Came on the Streets

Chris Lighty’s stable of hip hop royalty, including headliners like Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes, “American Idol” winner Fantasia and his latest addition, Diddy, have made him one of the most powerful talent managers in the music business.

New Music Channel Tr3s Wants to Capture Young Hispanic Audience

MTV channel will target young, bicultural, bilingual Latinos.