Trending in 2015 - News From Pandora and YouTube
Pandora (NYSE:P) and a coalition of independent and major record companies announced that they have agreed to a $90 million settlement for Pandora’s use of recordings created before 1972.
YouTube Introduces YouTube Red -- a new membership level designed to provide consumeres with the ultimate YouTube experience.
- On-Demand Streams Count Toward RIAA Gold & Platinum
- Rolling Stones offer all-access shopping at iTunes; White House unveils new initiatives to curb online piracy
- June 14 - Rhapsody app makes duet of streaming music and tickets; Pandora to buy radio station to piggyback onto cheaper costs
- June 7 - Amazon, Viacom Announce Prime Instant Video Streaming Deal; Copyright Review Under the Microscope at World Creators Summit
- May 24 - Amazon's "Kindle Worlds" lets fan fiction writers sell their stories; Marketplace Fairness Act Burdens Businesses with State Compliance Audits
- May 17 - YouTube Comedy Week kicks off Sunday; McCain to push for 'a la carte' cable bill
- May 10 - Amazon's Music Service Is Coming to Ford Vehicles; Members of Congress finally introduce serious DMCA reform
- May 3 - Michelle Obama gets her own iTunes app about fashion; Should Congress make it easier to tax online sales?
- April 26 - Microsoft to Unveil New Xbox on May 21; House Judiciary Chairman plans comprehensive review of US copyright law
- April 19 - Amazon closes in on debut of original TV shows; House approves CISPA over privacy objections
- April 12 - BMW adding Rhapsody to app roster; Keep the Good Times Rollin'
- March 22 - Nokia launches free music streaming service; Copyright Chief Urges Congress to Produce ‘Next Great Copyright Act’
- March 15 -- First Look at Amazon’s New TV Pilots; New FTC chief vows online privacy push
- March 8 -- Microsoft’s Kinect looks to replace your mouse with your fists; U.S. lawmakers want Internet freedom task force
- March 1 -- Google Glass spotted at MWC; Senator Seeks More Data Rights for Online Consumers
- Feb 15 -- Everything you need to know about the Nokia Music Short Film Competition; Top Five Internet Issues to Watch in 2013
- Feb 8 -- YouTube to launch country music channel; Streaming Services: Which Artists Are Still Holding Out?
- Feb 1 -- Microsoft just made the definitive 1990s nostalgia video; The strange resurrection of Net neutrality
- Jan 25 -- 'Gangnam Style' Makes $8 Million On YouTube Views Alone; Six Music-Related Issues Facing This Administration and Congress
- Dec 14 -- YouTube's 20 Most-Viewed Ads of the Year; U.S. refuses to back U.N. treaty, saying it endorses restricting the Internet
- Dec 7 -- Parents want more online protections for kids, privacy groups say
- Nov 30 -- Why I support the Internet Radio Fairness Act
- Nov 16 -- Amazon begins shipping 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD; FTC: Kids' Internet privacy rules will be ammended by end of 2012
- Nov 9 - Microsoft invades the second screen; A Common Sense Approach to Internet Radio Royalties
- Sep 28 -- Sony Google TV lets everyone have a Smart TV; Let's Get ready to rumble! 2013's dueling Internet Radior oyalty bills