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OurStage lets bands compete to win prizes

OurStage lets fans vote on head-to-head matchups between participating artists. The winners could take home up to $5,000 in cash. And there doesn't seem to be any catch!

By June 18, 2008


Under the Radar: Your data (and life) in the cloud

Files, baby pictures, site logos oh my. We're here in Mountain View, Calif., covering sites that specialize in media tools.

By June 3, 2008


Looking for green in podcasting

Podcasting has become the latest Web movement to get everyone's attention. But is there a viable business model for these broadcasts?

July 20, 2005


Roxio software targets iPod users

Digital-media company unveils Boom Box, five applications that let people tinker with music and more.

By June 9, 2005


GarageBand.com tunes up podcasting tool

Music site offers Podcast Studio for people who want to make their voices--or their instruments--heard across the Net.

May 23, 2005


Singer breaking from Net to mainstream

Songwriter Geoff Byrd has used the Web to kick-start his music career. But the rest is still old-fashioned hard work.

By April 22, 2005


MSN Music to offer GarageBand songs

MSN Music is teaming up with Garageband.com to distribute free music from artists that aren't signed to traditional music labels.

By November 16, 2004


Indie music riding the digital surge

iTunes is hot, but the world of independent music services is staging a comeback from the dot-bomb fizzle.

By June 21, 2004


Apple drinks its own juice

Normally reluctant to discuss even what is served in the company cafeteria, secretive Apple Computer offers a sneak peek into its data center.

By January 8, 2004


CNET to launch indie music service

Shortly after buying the MP3.com domain name and announcing that its sprawling music archive would close, CNET Networks says it will start its own free service for independent musicians online.

By November 26, 2003