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Culture

In and out of tune on the Web

The realm of Internet-based music and video is both the promised land and a no-holds-barred battlefield.

The realm of Internet-based music and video is both the promised land and a no-holds-barred battlefield.

NBC teams up with iTunes

Deal includes downloads of a wide range of programming--11 shows in all--for $1.99 per episode.
December 6, 2005

Commentary: iTunes gets more TV

Inevitably NBC follows the lead of other networks. Once the money starts flowing, the floodgates will open.
December 6, 2005

Blogma RealNetworks CEO says Apple's refusal to make iPod work with music services other than iTunes is result of Steve Jobs' "pig-headedness."
December 6, 2005

Sharman cuts off Kazaa downloads in Australia

Shutdown affects only the download site; people who already have the software can keep sharing files on network.
December 5, 2005

Glaser turns wrath on Apple, Jobs

Reporter's notebook RealNetworks' chief says refusal to make iPod compatible with music services other than iTunes was "pigheadedness."
December 5, 2005

ESPN looks to score iTunes deal

Sports network plans to offer its diet of original shows and game clips to "any pipe, any device."
December 5, 2005

RealNetworks moves Rhapsody to the Web

Along with first fruits of Microsoft deal, RealNetworks' core music subscription service gets an online makeover.
December 4, 2005

Upload, store, play and share in a few clicks

Glide Effortless allows you to upload files to a personal Web site without requiring too much geeky know-how.
December 3, 2005

Media revolutionaries team with old guard

Reporter's notebook Hollywood is at a turning point, as record labels were five years ago. But much has changed in entertainment companies' favor.
December 1, 2005

Clear Channel eyes Net distribution deals

Radio conglomerate is looking for as many distribution outlets as it can find for its programming.
December 1, 2005