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  • Not everyone is streaming mad over net neutrality ruling

     Not everyone is streaming mad over net neutrality ruling
    It's tough to talk about net neutrality these days without getting queasy. Maybe your stomach's in knots over the ramifications of last week's federal appeals court ruling striking down parts of the Federal Communications Commission's open Internet...
  • Spending: 5 things you need to know about streaming audio

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance You have more ways than ever to program your own music. 1. WYOU is on the air. Never mind paying a buck to purchase, download and store individual songs. You can now create your own radio station. The streaming field is...
  • Crunchyroll Expands Beyond Anime with New Korean Channel (Exclusive)

    Subscription VOD service Crunchyroll is expanding beyond anime, launching a new channel focused on Korean TV drama series. The new over-the-top video channel, KDrama, is the first major move Crunchyroll has made since the Chernin Group took a majority...
  • Are iTunes Radio and Pandora bad for the soul?

    Everywhere you go - the gym, the shopping center, the park, restaurants -- you see people wearing headphones and earbuds, listening to the soundtracks of their lives. Some would argue that this is an improvement over the era of the boombox when people...
  • Future of connected cars is now

    Future of connected cars is now
    The connected car promises a new level of integration for passengers. Models on display at the Chicago Auto Show are rolling, Netflix-ready hot spots giving mobile apps a whole new meaning. The benefit for drivers is fewer distractions, not more. Bigger...
  • ASCAP Experiences Growth in Distributions to Members, Revenues

    The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers has reason to celebrate on the eve of its 100th anniversary. The performing rights and advocacy group reports jumps in both distributions and revenues. ASCAP distributed over $851.2 million in...
  • For Prexy Paul Williams, ASCAP's 100th Birthday Means They've Only Just Begun

    The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers -- better known as ASCAP -- turns 100 on Feb. 13. The performing rights organization reportedly got its start when operetta composer Victor Herbert ("Babes in Toyland") overheard a piece of his...
  • What Are the Chances of Survival for Beats Music?

    How long until it's free? I haven't tried the new Beats Music service. I'd be stunned if it's not well-designed and utilitarian. I applaud its focus on mobile, but isn't this really just Pressplay 10 years later? I know we want people to pay for music....
  • After the gunfire, shoppers and workers confront emotional toll

    Shafon Robinson found comfort in how well her children seemed to be coping this past week. They had been elsewhere in The Mall in Columbia when the shooter killed two store employees and — in a moment that still haunts her — turned and fired...
  • No Gatekeeper: Google Opens Chromecast TV Device for Free to Any Developer

    Google has released a set of free tools for developers to let their apps play video on the cheap Chromecast TV-connected device -- a move that could quickly bring hundreds of new Internet video services to the TV, boosting Google's strategy to get a...
  • Ex-Google employees announce Beep, the Chromecast of audio

    Ex-Google employees announce Beep, the Chromecast of audio
    Two former Google employees on Thursday announced Beep, an audio device designed to make it simple for users to stream music throughout their home speakers. Beep is a small copper device that connects to users Wi-Fi networks to play music from streaming...