As traditional music retail continues to collapse--this week alone, Billboard reports album sales are down 16.8 percent from the same week in 2006--Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman, Jr. is
Speaking at the GSMA Mobile Asia Congress in Macau, Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. confessed the music industry deserves its share of the blame for the growth of P2P file sharing, and
Sony Ericsson announced plans to roll out an enhanced version of its PlayNow mobile content platform. Scheduled to go live in the second quarter of 2008, the new PlayNow arena promises an expanded
The Wall Street Journal reports Warner Music Group will withhold its content from the fledgling Nokia Music Store digital site, chalking up the decision to concerns over the handset giant's social
Operator Vodafone UK announced an exclusive agreement with mobile music service provider Omnifone to launch its MusicStation subscription service. Per terms of the deal, Vodafone subscribers will
Media technology and services provider Emotive Communications announced a $7.7 million investment including contributions from Warner Music Group, the D.E. Shaw Group and Bertelsman Digital Media.
First things first: It's not MECCA, it's Mobile Entertainment Live! The annual pre-CTIA mobile entertainment conference descends upon Orlando with a new name, if not a new identity. "Mobile
Chinese web portal Sina.com announced agreements with five major record labels in its efforts to launch the Sina Music Storeroom, a digital platform for online music, downloads and related
At this morning's keynote session at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, a number of top entertainment executives voiced their concerns about the industry and challenged the wireless ecosystem
News out of 3GSM: Warner Music Group announced two separate content partnerships poised to extend the venerable entertainment brand's reach into the Middle Eastern and Scandinavian mobile markets.