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Sunday, 01 September 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
In the face of a recent Forrester study that showed that downloadable music isn’t hurting CD sales, the RIAA has announced other studies by outside agencies showing the opposite effect. The RIAA says both online and physical music piracy continue to impact the music industry midway through 2002, with a comprehensive new survey of public practices providing the strongest evidence to date that illegal Internet downloading is displacing sales and helping explain a seven percent drop in CD shipments and a 69.9 percent increase in counterfeit/pirate optical disc seizures, according to new analysis and data released today.
Friday, 30 August 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Thanks to the sponsorship of Zenith and Samsung, CBS has announced that it will offer all 18 of its primetime comedies and dramas as well as selected CBS Sunday Movies, weekday broadcasts of The Young and the Restless and many CBS Sports events in High Definition during the upcoming 2002-2003 television season.
Friday, 30 August 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
With over 52,000,000 users reportedly using Napster in its prime in 2000 and reportedly over 80,000,000 total downloads of Kazaa and Morphieus, the genie is definitely out the bottle with downloadable music for the music industry. The RIAA is claiming it is killing the business but is doing little more than suing companies and complaining about piracy in response to the second year of poor sales. It is obvious they need to stop the bleeding and stop it fast.
Friday, 30 August 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
A source close to AudioRevolution.com says that today BMG agreed to support DVD-Audio for their upcoming high resolution music releases. Multiple phone calls were made to BMG’s New York and LA offices but we were not able to confirm the news possibly due to the upcoming holiday weekend.
Thursday, 29 August 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Parasound has introduced its highly-anticipated 400-watt JC 1 monoblock power amplifier as the flagship amplifier for its new Halo line of premium audio components. With impressive current reserves, the amplifier delivers 800 Watts into 4 Ohms, and 1200 Watts into 2 Ohm loads. This extremely powerful component was developed by Parasound in collaboration with legendary designer John Curl’s CTC Builders, and represents the culmination of 13 years of Curl's ongoing evolution of Parasound power amplifier topologies. Formed in 1998, CTC Builders consists of John Curl handling electrical design, board and layout design by Carl Thompson, and Bob Crump's component selection and implementation. The trio has developed a number of products, including the CTC Blowtorch preamplifier and the CTC BBQ amplifier.
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