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The German airline Air Berlin and the international media company Kick Media in Cologne have started a joint venture, Follow Me entertainment. Follow Me plans to sell music – including repertoire it has developed – and concert tickets on the 167 airplanes of Air Berlin. The...

Well well – here we finally have the new video of Daft Punk ‘Derezzed’ for the new Tron Legacy flick. I guess anyone who was a Tron fan as a kid will be impressed…I find the hype around it a little bit over the top. mtv.com ...

Twitter announced a couple of new features which let you view embedded media from partners like YouTube, Flickr and USTREAM. You can also hear iTune song previews and share music with your friends by linking your Twitter account to Ping, iTunes’ new social network for music. twitter.com...

An A-list roster from across the arts world, including Mike Leigh, Toni Morrison, Damon Albarn, Cate Blanchett, Rachel Whiteread and Jude Law, will take part in what was today billed as an “extraordinary, once in a lifetime” series of cultural events to coincide with the...

All that promise of a Spotify launch in the U.S. this year may have been wishful thinking after all. CEO Daniel Ek, speaking at the D:Dive into Mobile conference today, backed off from a guaranteed 2010 launch, declining to commit to any date for launch. billboard.com...

Launched on October 19, 2009, Sky Songs has attracted less than 10,000 members forcing BSkyB to admit it had not succeeded in its attempt to take on the likes of Spotify and Apple’s iTunes. telegraph.co.uk...

News Corp is open to a sale of beleaguered MySpace after a relaunch of the social network as an entertainment site , COO Chase Carey told Reuters. A successful revamp of MySpace — still visited by around 60 million people in October, according to comScore —...

In the spring of this year, the “Facebook alternative” Diaspora achieved extensive media coverage — including an article in the New York Times — and raised tens of thousands of dollars in funding from online donors. The pitch was an appealing one: In the midst of a privacy...

Juniper Research claims that mobile games revenues will increase from $6 billion in 2009 to $11 billion by 2015. The company also predicts that by 2013, the biggest source of revenues for mobile games firms will be in-app payments rather than one-off download fees. mobile-ent.biz...