• Is Zune Doomed?

    The Zune may be ready to “throw in the towel,” reports The Financial Times.

  • Obama Seeks Digital TV Delay

    With only six weeks to go before the scheduled transition, President-elect Barack Obama is asking Congress to delay the conversion of the nation’s television stations to digital transmission.

  • Live Nation Takes On Ticketmaster

    Now that its Ticketmaster contract has expired, concert promoter Live Nation has launched a competing in-house ticketing company.

  • Stars Come to Broadway’s Rescue

    After nine shows shuttered on Broadway last week, the Great White Way is preparing a slate of celeb-filled productions that it hopes will drive ticket sales.

  • Televisa, Univision Face Off In Court

    A trial opening in downtown Los Angeles could change the lucrative Spanish-language TV market in the US.

  • Time Warner Takes $25 Billion Loss

    Time Warner will record a $25 billion charge in Q4 of 2008, leading to an operating loss for the period.

  • As Sales Fall, Borders Shakes Up Management

    Troubled bookstore chain the Borders Group announced a management shake-up on Monday while disclosing that holiday sales had plunged more than 11%.

  • Three Major Labels To Offer DRM-Free Songs on iTunes

    Apple has cut deals with three more major labels to offer songs free of copy protection software on iTunes.

  • Steve Jobs Isn’t Dying

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs disclosed in a public letter on Monday that he has been recovering from a hormone imbalance.

  • Nine Broadway Shows Shutter In Hard Economy

    The final curtain fell Sunday on nine Broadway shows, including the Tony Award-winning hit musical “Hairspray.”

  • RIAA Drops Evidence-Gathering Company

    The RIAA has dumped the company it used to help gather evidence for mass lawsuits filed against individuals for illegally uploading copyrighted music.

  • MSNBC President Grilled on the TV News Dogfight

    Phil Griffin: “We blew most of the decade. Only in 2006, 2007 did we start to come into our own”

    MSNBC President Grilled on the TV News Dogfight
  • FCC Rejects MPAA Anti-Piracy Effort

    FCC chairman Kevin Martin says he does not support a bid by the MPAA to control movie piracy in the home by encrypting digital output on cable or satellite receivers.

  • Washington Post, Baltimore Sun to Share News Duty

    The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun will begin sharing some of their articles and pictures, the papers announced Tuesday.

  • Obama: Dare To Believe

    Nov. 4, 2008 – Tonight, I dared to believe. On this night of history, with its narrative drawn straight out of fiction, I could – just for this moment – believe. On the night of his election to the presidency of the United States, Barack Obama did not just speak of change; he was change…