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Thursday, 10 May 2007 ,  Written by
Music downloads, specifically from Apple Computer’s iTunes Music Store, have gotten all of the press in terms of music sales in the past five years. Apple has been able to harness the naughty consumer excitement behind stealing music from the likes of Napster and Limewire, resulting in not just the sale of zillions of their sexy and convenient iPods to the masses, but also millions upon millions of legitimate DRM (digital rights managed) music files. The impact on the surface has been so powerful that users of both Mac and PCs use Apple’s system as an easy, powerful and convenient way to buy music. Apple’s success as both a hardware and software provider has been so impactful that music retailers, ranging from independent yet prominent stores like Aaron’s Records to content-minded chains like Tower Records, are now nothing but a bankrupt memory.
Thursday, 05 April 2007 ,  Written by
With the advent of DVD recordable media and an abundance of software programs designed to rip, edit, and convert DVD movies, movie piracy has become the number one priority for the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Fearful that piracy will lead to a decline in movie sales, as the music industry claims Napster did to their sales, the MPAA has taken drastic measures to ensure their copyrighted material remains intact.
Thursday, 07 September 2006 ,  Written by
For the First-Time Ever, the Theatrical and Extended Versions of the Award Winning Motion Picture Trilogy Will Be Featured on One Disc in Three Separate Collectors Editions
Friday, 21 July 2006 ,  Written by Scott Selter
Do you ever swear to yourself that you were positive there was a scene between Otis and Lex when escaping from jail involving a “Pssst” routine that is reminiscent of Abbot and Costello’s “Who’s on First?”? Or do you remember hearing Superman say, “Somehow, I just can’t hear you Zod”. Well, there is good news. No, you are not going crazy. Those scenes along with many others will be restored in the Richard Donner cut of Superman II. Alas, all the phone calls, and petitions, and emails to Warner Bros. has paid off for the fans of this amazing adventure that some would say is better than the original.
Thursday, 01 June 2006 ,  Written by
Pink Floyd will release the group's much-anticipated two DVD set, PULSE, on Columbia Records on Tuesday, July 11. This landmark release features the first ever film of Pink Floyd playing the band's seminal album, The Dark Side of the Moon, live in concert. The PULSE DVD set documents the 1994 Division Bell tour and was filmed at London's Earls Court during a record-breaking 14-night residency. The two-disc release contains the full concert performance with rare backstage footage and previously unseen extras making the collection a must-have for Pink Floyd fans.
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