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MUSIC NEWS

  • Streaming music service Deezer expands into talk radio with Stitcher deal

    By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Online music service Deezer is acquiring radio and podcasting app Stitcher, adding a vast catalog of talk radio programs that the company hopes will make it stand out in a crowded streaming music market. Deezer said the acquisition will give it access to roughly 35,000 radio shows and podcasts, including popular talk radio programs such as This American Life and BBC. Deezer did not disclose financial terms of the deal for Stitcher, which was founded in 2008 and has raised nearly $19 million in funding, according to media reports. Stitcher’s service is built-in to 50 different car models, according to Deezer.

  • First Look: HBO's Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown Highlights the Music Legend's Activism

    James Brown | Photo Credits: Emilio Grossi/HBOPapa's got a brand new documentary. HBO's Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown chronicles the singer's journey from his early days at the Apollo Theater to his height as... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Mick Jagger Alex Gibney Mr. Dynamite: The Rise Of James Brown


  • Xbox Music free streaming ends Dec. 1

    Xbox Music free streaming ends Dec. 1Xbox Music users will no longer be able to stream music for free effective Dec. 1, according to Xbox Support. Microsoft currently offers ad-supported free streaming music and radio on the web and Windows 8 devices in 15 countries. Once December rolls around, users on those platforms will have to pay for an Xbox Music Pass, which costs $9.99 per month;


  • U2 album stumbles in Billboard chart after free iTunes debut

    Apple CEO Tim Cook stands with Irish rock band U2 as he speaks during an Apple event announcing the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch at the Flint Center in CupertinoBy Piya Sinha-Roy LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - U2's controversial free album on Apple's iTunes had a less than stellar performance once released for commercial sale, coming in at No. 9 in its first week on the Billboard 200 album chart on Wednesday. Country group Florida Georgia Line far outperformed the Irish rockers by selling 197,000 copies of "Anything Goes" in its first week for the top spot on the chart, compared with U2's 28,000 units sold, according to sales figures compiled by Nielsen SoundScan. "Songs of Innocence," the 13th studio album from U2, became the largest album release in history after being made available for free in September on Apple Inc's iTunes online store to half a billion iTunes users. Billboard does not count sales of albums priced under $3.49 for its weekly album chart listings.


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