Clear Channel Announces At Slumber Party That Everyone Has To Call It iHeartMedia Now

Clear Channel Announces At Slumber Party That Everyone Has To Call It iHeartMedia Now

When I was 11, I scrawled “Maribeth” with a star over the “i” over anything I could get my hands on, homework and diary alike, and told all my friends that they had to write my name that way from now on. That lasted about a month. And now that Clear Channel has everyone’s attention at this sleepover, it’d like you all to know that its new name is iHeartMedia, okay? Who knows how long this will last. [More]

Google Music Service: Amazon Cloud With Fewer Features?

Google Music Service: Amazon Cloud With Fewer Features?

When Amazon launched its online music service, Cloud Player, some wondered, “What about Google or Apple?” Now, at least one of them seems ready to with an answer. [More]

http://consumerist.com/2008/06/30/rhapsody-is-entering-the-a/

Rhapsody is entering the a la carte music store business—now you can buy single tracks or albums just like you can from Amazon or iTunes. The first 100,000 people who create accounts receive a $10 credit. (You need a credit card to register.) [Rhapsody]