South Korea is blasting pop songs across the border to jar its neighbor in the north , the New York Times reports.» Read More
Amazon now has 22 percent of music download market share, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.
Rap mogul Jay-Z is launching a sports-management agency and in the process, lured Yankees' second baseman Robinson Cano away from super agent Scott Boras.
Beethoven is celebrated as the best-loved Western composer in China, where his music occupies a special place. Caixin reports.
Singapore may be known for its rules and regulations, but the city-state is looking to transform itself into a rock and roll hub. CNBC's Deirdre-Wang Morris investigates.
Kelvin Wu, Principal Partner at AID Partners Capital discusses the potentials in the music industry. He says there is still a huge market of CDs and DVDs despite a growing demand for online music programs.
NBC has settled on two new stars for "The Tonight Show": Jimmy Fallon and New York City. The New York Times reports.
Spotify founder Daniel Ek thinks we're entering a "Golden Age" for music and culture. Even better, a Nielsen report suggests music fans are willing pay to enjoy it.
Malcolm Dunbar, managing director of Pledge Music, explains the success of crowd-funding for recording artists, and argues that the consolidation of the music industry and the reduction in independent record labels led to this new model.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Pandora Media's CEO Joseph Kennedy is stepping down.
Pandora is reporting earnings after today's closing bell. The music streaming company faces tough competition. Rich Tullo, Albert Fried, provides perspective.
Apple has held talks with Beats Electronics on a potential partnership involving Beats' planned music-streaming service, three people familiar with the situation told Reuters.
A well-known person or historic event associated with an ordinary item can add incredible value. But how do you know if the story is true? Curtis Dowling, from CNBC's "Treasure Detectives," explains why it's important to authenticate the seller. (1:50)
Live Nation was weighed down by costs in the fourth quarter, but underneath this cloudy headline is some bright news.
Ed Ponsi, Managing Director at Barchetta Capital Management, tells CNBC what Bank of Japan nominee Haruhiko Kuroda has in common with Beatles legend Ringo Starr.
People who illegally download or stream pirated content will receive a warning from their internet service provider. Repeat offenders will face tough penalties, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. Also Rich Tullo, Albert Fried, discusses rising global music sales.
Discussing the landscape of the music business in 2013, and technology's impact on the industry, with Clive Davis of Sony Music Worldwide.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Michael Lynton, Sony Corp. of America CEO, about the growing number of new music services, and just how much technical devices boosts his business.
Korean pop sensation Psy danced right into the middle of Malaysia's increasingly fractious politics as he performed during an event for the nation's governing coalition, known as the National Front, ahead of elections expected to be the closest-fought in Malaysia's history.
Mad Money crew look back on some of the best moments from the week, including one viewer who wished host Jim Cramer a happy birthday.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo offers insight on CNBC's special tonight: "Betting Big on Broadway," which premieres at 9pm ET/PT.