Amazon.com buys J.K. Rowling tales for $4 million

Amazon.com buys J.K. Rowling tales for $4 million
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc, the Web retailer known for selling books, said it had paid about $4 million to buy a handwritten, illustrated book of wizardry by “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling.[Lees verder]

New music services reach for slice of digital pie
DENVER (Billboard) – After 2006 — a year when virtually no one managed to launch a digital music service in competition with Apple’s dominant iTunes — 2007 was a refreshing change of pace.[Lees verder]

WTO ruling in Internet gambling case delayed: U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A World Trade Organization decision on the amount of retaliation that Antigua and Barbuda can impose on the United States in an Internet gambling trade dispute will not come out on Friday as expected, a U.S. trade official said.[Lees verder]

A killer site for “Dexter” victims
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Showtime Networks is partnering with Meebo, a firm that fuses video programming and chat rooms, to offer “Dexter” fans additional content after the serial-killer show airs its season finale on Sunday.[Lees verder]

Amazon.com buys J.K. Rowling tales for $4 million
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc, the Web retailer known for selling books, said it had paid about $4 million to buy a handwritten, illustrated book of wizardry by “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling.[Lees verder]

New music services reach for slice of digital pie
DENVER (Billboard) – After 2006 — a year when virtually no one managed to launch a digital music service in competition with Apple’s dominant iTunes — 2007 was a refreshing change of pace.[Lees verder]

WTO ruling in Internet gambling case delayed: U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A World Trade Organization decision on the amount of retaliation that Antigua and Barbuda can impose on the United States in an Internet gambling trade dispute will not come out on Friday as expected, a U.S. trade official said.[Lees verder]

A killer site for “Dexter” victims
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – Showtime Networks is partnering with Meebo, a firm that fuses video programming and chat rooms, to offer “Dexter” fans additional content after the serial-killer show airs its season finale on Sunday.[Lees verder]