The dark thriller American Horror Story: Asylum has scored the most nominations for television’s Emmy Awards, but it was the Internet streaming service Netflix that made history with nods for its big push into original programming.
Jay-Z feels the “need to write new rules” with his new album and has made his music free for one million listeners. The 43-year-old hip-hop musical mogul is due to release his 12th record Magna Carta Holy Grail in July
Apple has signed an agreement with Warner Music Group for music licenses in a push to create a streaming music service to unveil at a conference of its developers next week, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal report, citing anonymous sources. The iPhone maker has been considering a music-streaming service to complement iTunes, the largest repository of music for sale, for the past year, but progress has been slow in hashing out deals with music companies, sources said earlier
There are about 600 versions of Adele’s Oscar-winning song Skyfall on the Spotify subscription music service. Not one of them features Adele.
Britpop’s pre-eminent windbag, former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher, has goaded chart-topping Daft Punk, claiming he could have written the French electro duo’s hit Get Lucky in an hour. According to The Sun, Gallagher told Sony’s MU streaming service: “I’d write that in a f—ing hour
Shane Cortese knew it was the worst audition of his career. He’d blown a role that had been written just for him
Madonna reportedly “didn’t even glance” in Gwyneth Paltrow’s direction at the Met Gala.
An American stand-up comedian’s staging of a grisly celebration of the shark killing of Auckland man Adam Strange at Muriwai Beach last month has offended Kiwis. The Jeselnik Offensive hosted by Anthony Jeselnik had pictures of Adam Strange posted on the set as he staged a “Shark Party” on the pay network Comedy Central
Google makes one of the world’s leading mobile operating systems. It does e-mail and an office suite and photo sharing and Internet phone service, and does them all well.
AS the law now stands, a U.S. citizen who has a substantial amount of cash that he wants to hide from the Internal Revenue Service has no real problem