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Wednesday, 18 September 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Marking one more milestone for the DVD-Audio format and another first for the band Dishwalla, The 5.1 Entertainment Group and immergent Records have created the first DVD-Audio Single. Dishwalla forged in-roads for the format earlier this year with the first Day & Date release of their album Opaline simultaneously on both DVD-Audio and Compact Disc formats.
Tuesday, 17 September 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
When dining at the legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill on Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, you can expect to see sleeveless t-shirts, leather pants on rocker dudes and an occasional aging rock star like Kip Winger. Music producer Michael Shuman claims he saw more than that on April 28, 2002.
Monday, 16 September 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
It has been a long time – certainly years – since I was actually looking forward a release date for new CDs. Normally, I am busy writing stories that bitch about how lousy recording sound or how talentless boy bands are. Consumers along with the best and most powerful music execs know how bad things have gotten with new pop music in terms of both sales and creativity but getting great new music on the street quickly is not as easy as waving a magic wand. In today’s consolidated, overly corporate music business it is more like flipping a U-Turn in a battleship.
Friday, 13 September 2002 ,  Written by Bryan Dailey
With CD sales seriously slumping, the music industry knows they have a crisis on their hands. The blame for the slowdown in music sales has been thrown at Napster, CD-Burners, music pirates and other easy targets, but what is often overlooked is the value of the traditional 16-bit CD. AudioRevolution.com has been heralding DVD-Audio and other high-resolution music formats as the savior for the music biz for years, but the fact is that the CD is still the overwhelming format for all music sold around the world. So why have so many people stopped buying CDs? What can the music industry do today to entice people into stores to pick up an album when their neighbor burn them a copy of the latest music for the cost of a blank CD-R?
Thursday, 12 September 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
There is no question that the Fox TV program "American Idol" is the latest smash hit. Featuring a talent-show format with live performances and "The Weakest Link"-style rude judging, the show captured the attention of advertisers, along with millions of TV viewers, despite the worst advertising recession in modern media history. But the show’s success is emblematic of larger problems in the consolidated entertainment business.
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