So Amazon.com Inc. secured original children's music from The Pop Ups and Lisa Loeb for free streaming to give Prime members another reason to keep their $99- a-year membership. Meanwhile, a rival service, Rhapsody, is rewarding premium, $10- a-month subscribers with a feature that lets children take control of music when mommy or daddy passes over a mobile phone.» Read More
District Judge Alvin Hellerstein in Manhattan, dismissing the copyright infringement case against Sony/ ATV Latin and Sony/ ATV Discos. The judge found the Sony units liable for distributing the infringing songs. New York- based Mayimba Music, which owns the rights to Arias' work, sued Sony in 2012..
District Judge Alvin Hellerstein in Manhattan, dismissing the copyright infringement case against Sony/ ATV Latin and Sony/ ATV Discos. New York- based Mayimba Music, which owns the rights to Arias' work, sued Sony in 2012.. Sony's attorney, Barry Slotnick, said, "We're very pleased and gratified on behalf of Sony and the real writers, El Cata and Shakira.
It's Elvis Week. Graceland and America commemorate the life and 38th anniversary of the death of "The King of Rock and Roll."
Taylor Swift's "TS 1989" logo could be misinterpreted as her merchandise goes on sale in China. The Tiananmen Square massacre took place on June 4, 1989.
Apple says there are 11 million trial members who have signed up for Apple Music. CNBC's Josh Lipton has the details.
A Stradivarius violin stolen from renowned violinist Roman Totenberg after a performance in 1980 has been recovered.
One month after unveiling its new streaming music service, Apple has locked in 11 million trial members, company executives tell USA TODAY.
Actor and musician Rick Springfield joins "Closing Bell" to discuss his recent acting roles and music.
Music streaming and satellite services are becoming more popular, so what is the future for FM radio. Barton Crockett, FBR, provides perspective on AT&T's plans to activate FM chips in all Android phones.
In Vanity Fair's September issue, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter dishes about taking on Apple and her bad blood with Spotify.
Pianist Irving Fields turned 100 Tuesday, but he still plays several gigs a week regularly in New York City.
Irving Fields turns 100 on August 4th and still woos crowds at some landmark NYC spots with his incredible piano playing. With Fields at the piano, CNBC's Dina Gusovsky spoke with him about the music industry, jobs, and his retirement plans ... or lack thereof.
Billy Joel helps Long Island say goodbye to the Nassau Coliseum.
It's impossible to keep up with all the world's headlines. Here are 10 things that may have slipped your radar this week.
Singer/songwriter Christina Grimmie, a season six contestant on "The Voice," is reading Manga thrillers and tales about faith this summer.
Tomorrowland is the largest electronic dance music festival in the world. CNBC's Phil Han reports on how DJs are pulling in massive crowds and becoming global superstars.
It's not quite a month old, but Apple's music streaming service has already reached 10 million subscribers, a website reports.
Today is the release date for rapper Prince Harvey's album stealthily recorded in an Apple store in Manhattan.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the government's regulatory impact on the music industry, with Brian Majeski, "Music Trades" magazine.
CNBC Meets speaks to legendary country musician Dolly Parton on her life, career and future business plans.