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Wednesday, 03 July 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The Wall Street Journal reported today that a number of the major media conglomerates have authorized the Recoding Industry of America (RIAA) to start suing individuals who publicly share copywritten music files. Their target will be people with the largest collections of copywritten music available on file sharing networks like Gnutella. Their goal is to make a public statement that the music industry isn’t going to stand for having their music traded freely on the internet despite the grassroots consumer popularity of peer to peer music sharing networks like Gnutella and the now defunct Napster. Metallica’s drummer, Lars Ulrich, publicly attacked end users (AKA: Metallica’s young fan base) for downloading music on Napster during testimony in front of Congress in 2000. At the time Metallica had been the most successful, most popular band in rock for over ten years. In the ...
Tuesday, 02 July 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Vans Warped Tour, North America's longest-running festival concert tour, has just announced the summer 2002 line up. Scheduled to perform are Warped Tour veterans Bad Religion, Flogging Molly, Good Charlotte, Lagwagon, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, MXPX, New Found Glory, No Use for a Name, NOFX and Reel Big Fish, as well as up-and-comers Alkaline Trio, Causualities, Morgan Heritage, Ozma, Quarashi, SOMETHING CORPORATE, The Used, Thrice and Thursday.
Saturday, 29 June 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
The high resolution audio format war continues with no clear cut winner as of the summer of 2002. Sony is making strides in the world of tasty SACD stereo titles geared towards Baby Boomers and audiophiles. Warner Brothers (WEA) remains focused on 5.1 mixes for music which appeals more to home theater enthusiasts and the GenX-GenY audience. No matter which side of the fence you are on (that’s assuming you have picked sides – yet), if you ask consumers, almost all of them say the same thing. They want to see more worthwhile high resolution recordings hit the shelves before they get started with a new music collection.
Friday, 28 June 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
EchoStar Communications launched Discovery Channel HD Theater on Monday as a pay channel for $7.95 per month or $95.88 yearly. The feed will be broadcast in 1080i 24 hours per day which is in stark comparison with PBS who currently has the best looking HDTV programming on either terrestrial or satellite feeds but frequently loops the same content over and over.
Thursday, 27 June 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
CNN.com and multiple other news sources report that John Entwistle of the legendary UK rock band, The Who, died today in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel. The Who were poised to start another North American tour tomorrow. The Who’s lineup is down to two original members with singer Roger Daltry and guitarist Pete Townsend.
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