Before there was Pandora, Spotify, Last FM or even my latest fave digital music service Songza, I had the good fortune to meet and potentially collaborate with legendary City disc jockey Pete Fornatale who sadly and suddenly passed away this week. It was late 2004 or early 2005, and I was fed up with the ...
At first it seems like a fluke — a 2-year-old playing with the knobs and buttons of a sophisticated music system. Yet, the pint size boy is in control of the beat of the bass-heavy house music. He is South Africa's youngest disc jockey, DJ AJ.
Two deaths this week in New York radio underscore just how sad and bad things really are: Pete Fornatale, one the great music men, interviewers, deejays, died at age 66. His ?Mixed Bag? program was a must listen on the original WNEW-FM, New York?s great rock station now reduced to rubble as an automated piece ...
NEW DELHI: Passengers entering India will now have to declare Indian currency exceeding Rs 25,000 and LCD, LED or Plasma televisions being brought by them in the new customs declaration forms. According to the new rules, the duty free allowance on cigarettes, cigars and tobacco has been reduced (rpt) reduced by 50 per cent. Also, passengers of Indian origin and foreigners of over 10 years of age residing in India and coming from any country other than China, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar can bring goods worth Rs 45,000 along with them. Earlier, this limit was Rs 35,000.
By Zachary Cook(Reuters) - Retired rock radio disc jockey Dave Herman on Tuesday was indicted on a charge of trying to take a 7-year-old girl to the U.S. Virgin Islands from New Jersey for sex.A federal grand jury in Newark, New Jersey indicted Herman, on one count of attempting to transport and engage in sexual activity with a minor. He was arrested in October and remains jailed without bond.If convicted of the charge, Herman faces a sentence ranging from 10 years in prison to life.
REUTERS/Shannon StapletonThe music business has lost billions of dollars over the past few years, but Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is bullish about its future.
One big reason: the wider use of voice-activated home devices, like Amazon's Echo.