October 2, 2002 – 12:02 pm
Bill to delay Net radio fees pulled
The House of Representatives canceled a vote on Tuesday that would have postponed royalty payments for Internet radio broadcasts, after industry players said they could settle the issue on their own.
Web Radio Stations Near Royalties Deal
Internet-radio operators and record labels appeared to be making progress toward an agreement that would resolve their fight over music-royalty rates.
Making Radio Smarter
NEW YORK – Broadcast radio is going digital in more ways that one
XM announces audience figures and a new range of radios for home and car
XM Satellite Radio, a leading US satellite radio service, announced third quarter subscriptions of 201,500, achieveing the company’s projections.
Boombox satellite radio nears
Satellite radios, normally found in cars, will get a new life as boomboxes by December, an XM Satellite Radio representative said Monday.
Radio killed the radio star
Consolidation has resulted in 10,000 layoffs, the demise of a beloved trade magazine, and a decline in programming quality. But industry execs are fat and happy.
Motorola claims analogue radio breakthrough
Motorola has developed new technology to raise the quality of analogue radio broadcasts.
Motorola chip set digitally tweaks analog radio
As satellite digital radio services struggle for survival and terrestrial digital radio broadcasting in the United States faces at least three more months of dead air, Motorola Inc. is going retro, gambling on old-fashioned analog AM/FM.
Star group ups battle for radio advertising dollar
MALAYSIA’S biggest and most profitable English newspaper group, Star Publications, has raised the stakes in the battle for the growing radio advertising dollar, after purchasing two radio stations last week.
Listening to: the brand new Bootsy Collins album, ‘Play With Bootsy’. It’s 1975 all over again – but with house music all mixed in.