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ReutersThe Sports Xchange 06/15/2013 MLB Note - Pittsburgh Pirates Locke, Jeff LHP Jeff Locke won his sixth straight decision to improve to 6-1, holding the Dodgers scoreless for seven innings and allowing just two hits. He has not lost since his season...
ReutersATHENS (Reuters) - Both junior partners in Greece's ruling coalition have turned down a compromise by the prime minister over the shutdown of public broadcaster ERT, raising the prospect that the rift among the parties might be impossible to mend....
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Bruce Irvin was handed a four-game suspension last month for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. He was the sixth Seahawks player to test positive since 2011, with only cornerback Richard Sherman...
B96 Summer Bash will be a day of pop music favorites for sure. But some of the artists on the radio station's annual music party, including Ne-Yo, Avril Lavigne and Timeflies are hinting that they will have some new music in their set lists. Summer Bash...
Tags: Music, Afrojack (music group), Entertainment
Pandora’s legal disputes with performance-rights organizations are heating up. BMI, or Broadcast Music Inc., one of the groups that collects royalties from broadcasters to pay publishers and songwriters, is suing the Internet radio giant in...
MiddleburyWith the beginning of summer on the horizon, Quassy Amusement Park has set the stage for an entertaining season of free entertainment at its Carousel Theatre. On the stage for the 11th consecutive year are Jim & Sandy Sisti with their magic and comedy...
ReutersJun 14 (TheWrap.com) - BMI wants Pandora to pay the piper. Or at least pay the piper a little more. Music licensing company BMI filed suit against internet music streaming service Pandora on Thursday, demanding higher licensing fees and accusing...
Tags: Media Industry, Pandora Media, Inc., Music, Radio, U.S. Congress
VarietyIn another twist in the battle over the rates that streaming music services pay publishers and artists, Broadcast Music Inc. filed suit against Pandora, claiming that the popular music service has engaged in a "stunt" to "artificially drive down its...
The field is set for Saturday's Men's Laguna Open beach volleyball tournament. The 58th annual event, billed as the second-oldest tournament in the U.S., features 24 two-man teams that will contend for $2,000 in cash and prizes including the...
Reuters(Reuters) - Broadcast Music Inc (BMI), a songwriters' rights organization, is suing Pandora Media after the Internet radio company rejected a request to pay a higher license fee for playing songs across various devices, including mobile phones. In a...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGHere are the Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week: 1. THE ROLLING STONES When a stage manager first introduced The Rolling Stones in 1969 as “the greatest rock and roll band in the world,” it was a pretty audacious......
On Monday afternoon, three days after the Santa Monica shooting rampage in which John Zawahri killed five people, it was not business as usual at radio station KCRW. Some of the staff has sought out counseling. Others have taken time off work to heal...
Tags: NPR, Colleges and Universities, Radio, John Zawahri, FBI
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