Amazon is reportedly 'aggressively' courting the four main music publishers to be part of its online music store, but the chairman of one of Sony's music publishing companies has accused the retail giant of mounting 'another land grab'.
Pandora's founder has explained how online music services can appeal to advertisers, in the latest developments in the so-called 'freemium' music industry.
Napster may have been in the online music game longer than most but that doesn't mean the company is resting on its laurels – it has just announced that it has docked subscription rates to the service by 50 per cent.
Scottish singer-songwriter Edwyn Collins has found himself in a bit of a copyright tangle, after he was barred from streaming one of his own songs on his own MySpace page.
British-based music download service 7digital announced today that it has launched a US-centric version of the site, which it hopes will take on the likes of iTunes in America.
Online piracy is bad. We all now know this after the Swedish courts sentenced/made an example of the owners of Pirate Bay just last week.
Following Warner's decision to pull its premium music videos from video-hosting site YouTube, the distributor has decided that enough is enough and is removing any amateur footage that features its music.
US band Counting Crows have announced they have ended its 18-year relationship with label Geffen Records, and is looking for new ways to distribute their music.