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night rewarded for connecting with their fans via the webat an awards ceremony designed to celebrate the 'comingof age' of online music.
Classical fans log on to digital age28.9.06:
Research commissioned by Gramophone magazineshows that classical music enthusiasts haveenthusiastically joined the digital music revolution.In praise of... Classical music downloads28.03.06: Big demand for classical downloads is music toears of record industry
Warner Music videos to be free on YouTube19.09.06:
Music videos from artists including Madonna areto be made available free on the popular video websiteYouTube, as part of a deal with Warner Music.
Challenger squares up to Apple in battle of downloads12.09.06:
The music download world is due for a showdowntoday as Apple unveils its latest scheme to stay top of themarket and its biggest rival simultaneously launchesacross Europe.
Threat to music labels as bands offered shortcut to bigtime05.09.06:
MySpace gives hopefuls chance to sellthemselves with downloads move aimed at ending iTunesdominance.04.09.06: MySpace to tackle iTunes
Free music download service wants a bite out of Apple30.08.06:
Music download service SpiralFrog believes it canwrestle music fans away from the grip of Apple by givingaway music for free.Caroline Sullivan: This will cost us...
CD piracy equivalent to 10% of sales, says survey29.08.06:
British record companies are calling for robustaction against CD piracy amid warnings that it is costingthe industry tens of millions of pounds.
YouTube takes on music giants with free video downloads18.08.06
The video filesharing website has announcedplans to post on its site a copy of every single music videoever made, a move that could threaten Apple's iTunes.
Kazaa pays £61m pirates' penance28.07.06
Online music sharing service Kazaa is to golegitimate by paying $115m (£61m) compensation to theentertainment industry for aiding millions of illegaldownloads.
Teen network sites in battle for the bands26.07.06
Social networking website Bebo has launched aservice to allow bands to upload as much of their music asthey want in an effort to wrest British teenagers awayfrom the socialising website MySpace.