Tag Archive: Music

Sep 06

Sony India plans showcase sports TV channel

Tweet Indian Premier League (IPL) twenty20 cricket coverage will be one of the star offerings of a new Indian premium sports TV channel to be launched in 2012 by Multi Screen Media (MSM). As Sony’s new music channel Mix goes on air, Mat Jit Singh, head of MSM, the owners of Sony in India, told …

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Aug 24

Comscore starts reporting on YouTube channels

Tweet Comscore has started to research viewership on YouTube channels. During the month of July the top rated YouTube channel was Vevo@YouTube with 59,709,000 unique viewers who watched 844,053,000 videos with an average viewing time of 65.8 minutes per viewer. Runner-up of the YouTube channels was Warner Music@YouTube with 31,251,000 unique viewers, who watched 197,090,000 …

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Jul 11

Future Of Music Coalition Statement On Internet Service Provider “Graduated Response” Agreements

Tweet Future of Music Coalition (FMC), a national non-profit research, education and advocacy organization for musicians, has long championed thoughtful policies to protect intellectual property that take into consideration the needs of the independent creator community. The voluntary “graduated response” policy adopted by America’s largest Internet Service Providers includes provisions to inform and educate internet …

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Jun 10

Disconnecting pirates from the net OK: government

Tweet Music and film industries split over pirates Piracy: are we being conned? Disconnecting movie and music pirates from the internet would not breach human rights and international law, the federal government says, disputing a UN report released this week. But the Attorney-General’s department said the government remains of the view that ISPs and content …

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May 26

EC to tackle online piracy

Tweet The European Commission has launched a major offensive against online piracy and proposed to modernise the EU’s intellectual property laws. Such piracy is estimated to have cost the European TV, movie, music and software industries some €10 billion in 2008 alone. The Commission says its proposed changes would include creating a unitary patent-protection system; …

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