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Clear Channel Cuts Jobs

The parent of Clear Channel Communications told workers on Tuesday that it is cutting 1,850 jobs as the nation's largest owner of radio stations grapples with the economic meltdown.


Death Row Records Auctioned For $18M

Death Row Records, the bankrupt label behind iconic gangster rap albums by Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, has been auctioned off again, this time for $18 million to Toronto-based WIDEawake Entertainment Group Inc.


Public Broadcasters Agree To Web Music Royalties

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting and a group that collects royalties for artists and recording copyright owners said Thursday they've agreed on payment terms for streaming music online.


Jonesy’s Jukebox To Bid Farewell

After five years as host of the flagship Indie 103.1 radio show “Jonesy’s Jukebox,” Steve Jones is currently exploring other options.


Nonprofit Gospel Music

Circuit Judge L.T. Simes (SIMZ) the Second of Helena-West Helena has won clearance from an ethics panel to continue operating a nonprofit group that he uses to promote his recordings of gospel music.


Brockcom, Inc Gets A New Local To Serve Their Touring Industry Clients

Starting January 12 of 2009 Brockcom opened a branch office inside the Soundcheck studios.


'Paul Blart: Mall Cop' Nabs Top Box Office Spot

Kevin James bumbles and stumbles to take down the bad guys, but his "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" had no trouble nabbing the top spot at the box office this weekend.

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