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Clear Channel kicks tires on Playlist.com assets

Media conglomerate is said to be interested in some of the technology left over from Playlist.com, the once promising music service that filed for bankruptcy last August.

By March 22, 2011


Last waltz for Playlist.com?

Bankruptcy protection filing shows some major labels have canceled contracts with Playlist.com, but company says Chapter 11 will give it breather and allow it to find new funding.

By August 24, 2010


Playlist.com files for Chapter 11

Formerly known as Project Playlist, the digital-music service says it will continue to operate and expects to come out of the bankruptcy protection period in better shape.

By August 6, 2010


Sources: Playlist.com running low on cash

The once up-and-coming music service that helps people share their playlists has struggled to raise cash.

By July 16, 2010


Suit alleges Disney, other top sites spied on users

The parents of a group of minors alleges that Clearspring Technologies and a host of its affiliates used "Flash cookies" to spy on consumers.

By August 14, 2010


Owen Van Natta lands executive post at Zynga

The tech exec who reportedly departed his role at Facebook because it was unlikely that he'd succeed Mark Zuckerberg has joined the FarmVille parent company as an executive vice president.

By August 13, 2010


CNET to the Rescue: Cubicle defense

Today, we rescue you from the indignities of working in a cubicle. Also: How to stream music on an iPhone, how to test your home network for open ports, and much more.

By July 21, 2010


Project Playlist puts legal troubles behind it

Struggling music start-up settles legal dispute with top music labels and can now offer music from three of the four biggest ones.

By May 11, 2010


Project Playlist talks with AOL about investing

The music service perhaps best known for being spurned by Owen Van Atta is looking for investors.

By March 26, 2010


Webware 100 winner: Project Playlist

Webware 100 winner: Project Playlist

By May 19, 2009