Howard Stern reaches out to new Internet audience

Howard Stern reaches out to new Internet audience
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Ten months after leaving the commercial airwaves for subscription-based Sirius Satellite Radio, shock jock Howard Stern is out to attract a broad new online audience with his first-ever free Internet broadcast.

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Digital rights in question as business model
SAN FRANCISCO (Billboard) – If the music industry truly wants to loosen Apple’s iron grip on digital music sales, it should start allowing music to be sold without digital rights management protection.

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Reuters opens virtual news bureau in Second Life
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Reuters is opening a news bureau in the simulation game Second Life this week, joining a race by corporate name brands to take part in the hottest virtual world on the Internet.

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Indie retailer Insound takes download plunge
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – In a move that seems a long time coming, popular indie-focused Web retailer Insound.com will roll out a digital download store this month.

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Politicians caught on Internet candid cameras
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Want to catch a senator napping during a congressional hearing? Or letting a possible racial slur slip out at a campaign rally?

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Betcorp suspends U.S. operations, in sale talks
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian online gaming company Betcorp Ltd. said on Monday it had suspended its U.S. operations and was in sale talks with a number of parties after the U.S. moved to ban online gambling.

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Howard Stern reaches out to new Internet audience
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Ten months after leaving the commercial airwaves for subscription-based Sirius Satellite Radio, shock jock Howard Stern is out to attract a broad new online audience with his first-ever free Internet broadcast.

[Lees verder]

Digital rights in question as business model
SAN FRANCISCO (Billboard) – If the music industry truly wants to loosen Apple’s iron grip on digital music sales, it should start allowing music to be sold without digital rights management protection.

[Lees verder]

Reuters opens virtual news bureau in Second Life
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Reuters is opening a news bureau in the simulation game Second Life this week, joining a race by corporate name brands to take part in the hottest virtual world on the Internet.

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Indie retailer Insound takes download plunge
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – In a move that seems a long time coming, popular indie-focused Web retailer Insound.com will roll out a digital download store this month.

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Politicians caught on Internet candid cameras
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Want to catch a senator napping during a congressional hearing? Or letting a possible racial slur slip out at a campaign rally?

[Lees verder]

Betcorp suspends U.S. operations, in sale talks
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian online gaming company Betcorp Ltd. said on Monday it had suspended its U.S. operations and was in sale talks with a number of parties after the U.S. moved to ban online gambling.

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