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Sirius XM is a monthly radio subscription service that gives consumers 180+ radio channels via satellite, with the bonus of the 71 music channels commercial free. It is now upping its price from £12.95 to $14.49, will users notice the pinch though? digitalmusicnews.com...

MOG are launching a free version of their music streaming service, with a clever viral campaign tied in. Users will have a ‘gas tank’, which dictates the amount of time you can spend streaming free music, to ‘re-fill’ the gas tank users will have to share the...

Slow and steady wins the race, that’s the motto Sony seem to have taken on board for its new, magazine design-like Tablet S, to be rolled out at the end of next week. The Tab works on an Android operating system. allthingsd.com...

The digital music market in Germany has risen 20% this first half of 2011 – as previously reported it is now the world’s third largest music economy. billboard.biz...

Warner Bros. Records’ distribution channels WEA and the Alternative Distribution Alliance are under paranoia of layoffs after the Record company witnessed layoffs themselves last week. digitalmusicnews.com...

Sports viewers are moving to watching sports games in their droves, according to recent figures, and marketers are starting to rework their marketing strategies. emarketer.com...

The term of protection on music has been pushed to 70 years by the European Union, ten years after the PPL first brought the issue forward. The new legislation will be slowly introduced over the next couple of years within the UK and across the...

A recent Tesco ad for their sausages has been banned in the UK, as it misled consumers into thinking that their meat came form free range pig farms. Tesco stands by the ad, even stating that the footage was took on a suppliers land. guardian.co.uk...

The recent Subway adverts in the US, putting an emphasis on the ‘grease’ in the competition, has apparently caught viewers attention, with four of their ads being in the top 10 most remembered in America for the whole of August. adage.com...