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Friday, 26 March 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Various internet and television news sources report that Maverick Records has filed a suit against its long time partner, Warner Music to end their 12 year relationship. Maverick Records is lead by Madonna and run by young, successful executives like Guy Oseary who have been able to beat recent industry negative sales trends by signing highly successful acts like Alanis Morissette, Prodigy, Deftones and others in the 1990s.
Friday, 19 March 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
When you buy a new Apple iMac everything is plug and play. This means the process of setting the computer up and making it really sing is so simple – any idiot (including me) can do it. And for this reason Apple has been able to carve a nice niche in the unbelievably competitive and technologically advanced PC market.
Tuesday, 09 March 2004
Kaleidescape, Inc. announced that they have partnered with Crestron, a manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems, to have a Crestron I2P Certified Module created to allow integration of a Kaleidescape Movie Server into a Crestron system environment. This partnership was a natural evolution of the two manufacturers in the custom installation market. Kaleidescape won CEDIA's 2003 Best Video Product of the Year, while Crestron took home the only double honors in manufacturing excellence with Best Audio Product of the Year and Best Home Networking Product of the Year.
Wednesday, 25 February 2004 ,  Written by Kate Regan
Music consumers may be seeing reimbursement checks in their mailboxes in the near future thanks to the settlement in the Compact Disc Minimum Advertised Price Antitrust Litigation. Reimbursement checks were sent out beginning February 20, 2004 and will be arriving in the mail within the next two weeks. Checks will not exceed a maximum payment of $20 and all claimants will receive the same amount regardless of the number of musical products they purchased during the time period. Claimants living in California can look forward to receiving a reimbursement check for $13.89 in the near future.
Friday, 06 February 2004
Reports on various internet news sites say the parent company of music, movie and video game retailer Tower Records, could soon file for bankruptcy protection after failing to find a buyer for the company. It is possible as part of the bankruptcy settlement that the company will no longer be controlled by the Solomon family in Sacramento, California. It is likely that the debtors who finance the operation might soon own the controlling interest in the media retailer. The once powerful specialty music retailer is suffering from soft record sales since the rise in popularity of downloadable music – both the legal and illegal varieties. Additional competition comes from mega-retailers like Best Buy, Wall Mart and online retailers like Amazon who are willing to sell the same products at a lower price and in many cases with less overhead.
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