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June 9, 2011 

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AEG Faces Jackson Suit Over Cancelled Shows

The insurer of Michael Jackson's canceled comeback concerts has asked a judge to nullify a policy intended to protect concert promoters if the singer wasn't able to complete the shows.

Vince Power's Music Festivals Gets The Go-Ahead For IPO

Vince Power has met the fundraising goal necessary for his plan to take his new live music venture Music Festivals public via an IPO on the alternative investment market exchange (AIM).

Apple's Jobs On Stage To Reveal IOS5, Apple Cloud Service

Apple CEO Steve Jobs briefly emerged from a medical leave Monday to unveil a free service that lets customers share calendar entries, songs and other files among their devices more easily.

Union Sues 'Spider-Man' On Behalf Of Julie Taymor

The union that represents theater directors is seeking any royalties owed Julie Taymor, the original director of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."

An Eventful CMTs, Swift Nabs Vid Of The Year

Ludacris made a surprise appearance, as did Sheryl Crow's underwear. Lady Antebellum laid down a funky beat with Charles Kelley doing a Don Henley impression. And a sassy Wynonna Judd put Kid Rock in his place.

Op Ed: Martin Rushent - Bob Lefsetz

The American radio landscape was changed forever by two tracks.† Soft Cellís "Tainted Love" and Human Leagueís "Donít You Want Me".

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