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Total global music sales reached $16.5 billion in 2012, up .3 percent, with digital revenues jumping 9 percent. That's not a huge move, but given that it's the first increase in more than a decade, the music industry has a legitimate reason to scream
International Federation of the Phonographic Industry), the body that represents the interests of the international recording industry, told AFP ahead of the four-day event. "We may not get there this year, but the direction of travel is clear,"
That's certainly true for Frances Moore, the leader of the Santa Barbara Ring Shout Project, which is dedicated to preserving the oldest African-American performance tradition in North America, the ring shout. Often considered a form of dance, ring
After another year of plunging music sales, record company executives are starting to contemplate the unthinkable: The digital music business, held out as the future of the industry, may already be as big as it is going to get. The International
The 11-story Palomar Medical Center West under construction on a hill high above the western edge of Escondido is installing what will be the largest green roof in Southern California. Planting on the 1.4-acre roof over a two-story wing of the
Bulgaria ranks first in the European Union by internet piracy, according to the European Director of the International Recording Federation, Frances Moore. Moore met Tuesday with Bulgaria’s Interior Minister, Tsvetanov Tsvetanov, for the signing of a