Attention DC-Area Giz Readers: SaveNetRadio Rally Tonight


Bored on a Monday night in our nation's capital? Tonight you can stop on by Upper Senate Park at Constitution and Delaware Avenues at around 6:30pm for a rally to save Internet radio from destitution at the hands of the money-hungry Copyright Royalty Board. If you haven't kept up with the controversy but you do… » 6/18/07 8:31am 6/18/07 8:31am

Every Song You Own, Available Online Wherever You Are For Free,…



In its first incarnation, Lala.com focused on helping people trade and buy CDs cheaply, all the while building a community of music listeners and a catalog of preferences. Today, newly revamped Lala is launching a free service that scans your digital tracks—everything you own from ripped CDs, iTunes downloads or any… » 6/04/07 9:03pm 6/04/07 9:03pm

Pandora Hits Sprint Phones and Sonos Remotes

Right at this moment, a bunch of music fans are sitting in rows at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's Wattis Theater, eagerly awaiting the fate of Pandora, the cult-hit semi-customizable Internet radio service. What are they about to hear? That Pandora is teaming up with Sprint and Sonos to get into mobile and… » 5/23/07 12:00am 5/23/07 12:00am

Senate Introduces Net-Radio Bill; Pandora Asks Giz Readers to Keep…

The Senate today introduced a bill to prevent outlandish increases in net-radio royalties, a companion to the bill proposed by the House of Representatives last month. I decided to check in with Pandora's founder Tim Westergren again to see how he and his fellow webcasters got such sudden political clout. » 5/10/07 10:00pm 5/10/07 10:00pm