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Live Nation to Acquire Media Measurement Company BigChampagne

The Los Angeles-based company joins the ecommerce site’s Live Analytics group, which was launched earlier this year.

Google Music Launch Unveils a Solid Competitor to Apple, Amazon, Spotify

The online retailer puts an emphasis on free and exclusive content, as well as Android integration.

Courtney Holt, Former MySpace Music President, Named COO of Maker Studios

The Venice, California-based media company makes original video content for YouTube and boasts more than 33 million subscribers across 250 channels.

Twitter Taps Tatiana Simonian for Music Partnerships Position

The former record label marketing manager joins the content and programming team, whose goal is to integrate Twitter with television, sports, music and entertainment.

YouTube Launches Merch Store for Artist Pages

Fans can now purchase merchandise, digital downloads, concert tickets and even meetups through the website.

MTV Launches Iggy, Giving World’s Bands a Platform in America

The global music brand will premiere its debut episode of “The MTV Iggy Show” on Oct. 17.

Google+ Social Network Not Yet Reaching the Mainstream

Facebook and Twitter remain the public’s preferred social networking sites.

Spotify Brings Radio Feature to U.S. Two Months After Launch

The function is not seen as a Pandora-killer because it cannot be accessed on the mobile app.

Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga Make Vanity Fair’s ‘New Establishment’ List: Who’s Missing?

A case could be made for some leaders in music world left off the list, which is comprised of "people who have shaped the world we live in today - and continue to wield enormous influence."

Ticketmaster Now Selling Tickets at Walmart

The Live Nation-owned company will install kiosks in 145 stores and is already offering "4-Pack" bundles to some of the summer's hottest tours, including Motley Crue, Maroon 5 and Toby Keith.

Rhapsody Takes Shot At Spotify’s Biz Model

"We believe the freemium model is not sustainable at current content cost structures," reads a statement from the company announcing it surpassed the 800,000 subscriber mark -- and taking a not-so-subtle dig at the impending arrival of its Swedish counterpart.

Google’s Playable, Recordable Doodle Honors Guitar Legend Les Paul

The world's leading search engine turns musical for the guitar legend's birthday. Paul would have turned 96 this year.