Interactive Web videos clicking with bands

Interactive Web videos clicking with bands
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Indie rock band Arcade Fire recently unveiled the first video for a song from its sophomore album, “Neon Bible.” Set to the record’s title track, the clip — which launched on the Internet in early October — allows users to control the movement of images by mousing and clicking.[Lees verder]

China online users more likely to be Web “addicts”
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Chinese Internet users are more likely to depend on their online experiences, and see the Web as a key to socializing and sharing opinions, than their U.S. counterparts, according to a study released on Friday.[Lees verder]

France set to cut Web access for music, film pirates
PARIS (Reuters) – Internet users in France who frequently download music or films illegally risk losing Web access under a new anti-piracy system unveiled on Friday.[Lees verder]

My Bloody Valentine plots digital future
DUBLIN (Billboard) – Alternative-rock band My Bloody Valentine plans to “do a Radiohead” when the Anglo-Irish quartet releases its long-awaited follow-up to 1991’s “Loveless,” Billboard has learned.[Lees verder]

Web advertising to come under EU scrutiny
PARIS (Reuters) – Targeted online advertising is set to face increased scrutiny from European Union regulators concerned about invasion of privacy, threatening the growth of a potentially big online revenue-booster for media companies.[Lees verder]

Interactive Web videos clicking with bands
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Indie rock band Arcade Fire recently unveiled the first video for a song from its sophomore album, “Neon Bible.” Set to the record’s title track, the clip — which launched on the Internet in early October — allows users to control the movement of images by mousing and clicking.[Lees verder]

China online users more likely to be Web “addicts”
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Chinese Internet users are more likely to depend on their online experiences, and see the Web as a key to socializing and sharing opinions, than their U.S. counterparts, according to a study released on Friday.[Lees verder]

France set to cut Web access for music, film pirates
PARIS (Reuters) – Internet users in France who frequently download music or films illegally risk losing Web access under a new anti-piracy system unveiled on Friday.[Lees verder]

My Bloody Valentine plots digital future
DUBLIN (Billboard) – Alternative-rock band My Bloody Valentine plans to “do a Radiohead” when the Anglo-Irish quartet releases its long-awaited follow-up to 1991’s “Loveless,” Billboard has learned.[Lees verder]

Web advertising to come under EU scrutiny
PARIS (Reuters) – Targeted online advertising is set to face increased scrutiny from European Union regulators concerned about invasion of privacy, threatening the growth of a potentially big online revenue-booster for media companies.[Lees verder]