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Victory by songwriters and publishers in federal court may end up costing consumers more to stream music and make it harder for online-music services to compete.
A court ruling upholds the Internet radio service's motion that it's allowed to play all works covered by ASCAP without restriction.
Direct pact with BMG, which manages royalty rights for stars like Beyonce, comes soon after its first deal with labels, another sign the music industry is picking up Pandora's good vibrations.
The Internet's biggest radio service goes terrestrial with a deal to buy a South Dakota station, which will shave some royalties but serves more as a shot over the bow of copyright holders.
Anyone listening on Mars would have heard the Curiosity rover singing to celebrate its one-year anniversary since touching down.
A launch of Apple Radio at WWDC seems all but guaranteed, now that it has the world's biggest publisher on board as well.
Apple's planned music streaming service is delayed as the iPhone and iPad giant struggles to reach a deal with record labels.
Co-founder Tim Westergren charges the RIAA with running a "misinformation campaign" and denies lobbying for an 85 percent reduction in artist royalties.
Federal ruling says Yahoo, AOL, and RealNetworks could owe as much as $100 million in license fees for their performance of musical works.
When large content holders want to rewrite copyright law, or enact legislation like the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act, they give House Judiciary chairman Lamar Smith a call.