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Over 1,000 Labor Rallies Held Across Nation

   Found at 4/5/2011 via aprn.org
Rosemarie Alexander, KTOO ? Juneau Across the country Monday more than 1,000 labor rallies were held, including six in Alaska. The events marked the anniversary of Doctor Martin Luther King Junior assassination 43 years ago when he was in Memphis to support striking garbage collectors trying to establish union rights. Download Audio (MP3) More...
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Obama Administration, RIAA Argue for $22,500 in Damages a Song

   Found at 4/5/2011 via www.wired.com
Do federal judges have the power to reduce jury awards in copyright infringement cases? The Obama administration and the Recording Industry Association of America don?t think so. On Monday, they argued that point before a three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston, which has released a 41-minute audio recording (.mp3) of [...] More...
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ONSTAGE & BACKSTAGE: Celebrating Terrence McNally

   Found at 4/4/2011 via www.playbill.com
A week in the life of actor, writer and music director Seth Rudetsky. More...
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ONSTAGE & BACKSTAGE: Celebrating Terrence McNally

   Found at 4/4/2011 via www.playbill.com
A week in the life of actor, writer and music director Seth Rudetsky. More...
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ONSTAGE & BACKSTAGE: Celebrating Terrence McNally

   Found at 4/4/2011 via www.playbill.com
A week in the life of actor, writer and music director Seth Rudetsky. More...
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Online retailer Amazon, launches storage for music, video photos, way to play songs

   Found at 3/30/2011 via www.postandcourier.com
SAN FRANCISCO -- Amazon.com Inc. wants to be more than a destination for shopping online: It also dreams of being a place where you can store your music, photos and videos and access them any time, from any computer. More...
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Onkyo Introduces a Network Stereo Receiver and Companion CD Player

   Found at 3/28/2011 via www.avrev.com
Back before iPods, Android phones, laptops, netbooks and tablets, music fans focused on stereos. Onkyo wants to bring that focus back, and has launched the network enabled TX-8050 to help do it. The TX-8050 boasts connections for just about any device you have. More...
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Out of Hand "test-drives" MP3-based show on Sunday

   Found at 3/25/2011 via clatl.com
I just received an interesting note from Out of Hand Theater about Sunday's "test drive" of its new show Group Intelligence . The "mass MP3 experience" is scheduled to get its full performances at the Emory University Quad (April 14-16), Downtown's Woodruff Park (April 21-23) and the Oreol Festival in The Netherlands (June 17-26).? [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ] More...
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OCEANSIDE: Recording industry assists in swap meet sting

   Found at 3/23/2011 via www.nctimes.com
A music- and movie-piracy sting at the Oceanside Swap Meet over the weekend led to the arrests of seven vendors ---- six of whom may face deportation ---- and the seizure of 3,400 allegedly bootlegged items. More...
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Only 9% (and falling) of US Internet users are P2P pirates

   Found at 3/23/2011 via arstechnica.com
In its 2010 annual report (PDF), recorded music's global trade body said that the industry would "struggle to survive unless we address the fundamental problem of piracy." Just how "fundamental" a problem is that piracy? Not very, as new research suggests that only 9 percent of US Internet users even use peer-to-peer networks at all, down substantially from 2007. Market research firm NPD Group ... More...
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On-demand music streaming will jump into cars, TVs

   Found at 3/22/2011 via www.dispatch.com
The next frontier for digital music is not a tablet or a smart phone, but two items that have been part of everyday life for decades: the car and the television set. For years, digital music has been confined mostly to traditional computers and phones. But that limitation is slowly disappearing as the market shifts toward cloud services, which stream content from remote servers, allowing ... More...
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OCEANSIDE: Swap-meet piracy sting nets 7 arrests

   Found at 3/22/2011 via www.nctimes.com
OCEANSIDE ---- Police arrested seven swap-meet vendors on suspicion of movie and music piracy and seized thousands of items over the weekend after a sting operation conducted with record- and film-industry representatives, authorities said Monday. More...
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Obama "IP czar" wants felony charges for illegal Web streaming

   Found at 3/15/2011 via arstechnica.com
The Obama administration wants to make sure that the illegal streaming of music and movies over the Internet is a felony, and it also wants to give the federal government wiretap authority in copyright cases. Victoria Espinel, the Obama administration's IP Enforcement Coordinator, today released her long-awaited wish list (PDF) of intellectual property law changes. Most focus on counterfeit ... More...
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Opinion: Apple iPod killed the Microsoft Zune

   Found at 3/15/2011 via rss.feedsportal.com
End of the line for Zune, report suggests Microsoft has nixed any future iterations of its Zune music and video player, according to a Bloomberg report, adding another name to the list of devices killed by Apple's iPod hardware and entertainment ecosystem. Microsoft has yet to make the death of its Zune official, but unofficially it's believed the decision is based on poor demand for its players ... More...
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OPINION: Will the Once Immortal Warner Sell to Their Mortal Enemy?

   Found at 3/14/2011 via www.allaboutjazz.com
Napster founder Sean Parker is bidding on the music giant. Tech-blogs have used the word "irony." But they may have it backwards. They think that this would be a victory for Parker, when it will more likely be his undoing. There is no doubt in my mind that Warner would sell to Napster founder, Sean Parker's group, assuming they could come up with a reasonable bid. In fact, Warner would love to ... More...
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