Senate passes Webcaster Settlement Act, and the legislation Web radio stations need to get reduced royalties is almost law.
NPR, Rep. Howard Berman and Pandora fans help save day in House for Web radio bill. Insiders say the proposed legislation faces Senate vote without any major opposition.
The Webcaster announces that Chrysler is the latest auto manufacturer to integrate Pandora into its cars. The service expands distribution platform.
Music labels plan to meet Tuesday to discuss plans to oppose bill designed to cut Webcasting royalty rates, CNET has learned. Meanwhile, Pandora is forming new alliances in effort to see bill passed.
In a letter to Congress, the civil rights group asks that lawmakers vote no on legislation designed to cut the rates paid by Pandora and other Webcasters to artists -- some of whom are elderly Motown performers who weren't compensated fairly for their original work.
The Web radio service is hugely popular but is also deep in the red. A day after company earnings disappointed Wall Street, investors are fleeing.
A survey suggests that many worry something bad will happen at a trade show -- with 66 percent afraid their partner could cheat.
The sales numbers that matter most were down but the data being reported doesn't include revenue from subscription or satellite and Web radio, areas that are seeing big growth.
People are planning an online Armistice Day service held on microblogging site Twitter, including hymns and a two-minute silence.