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  • How I Made It: Rdio CEO Anthony Bay

    How I Made It: Rdio CEO Anthony Bay
    The gig: Veteran digital media executive Anthony Bay took over in December as chief executive of Rdio, a streaming music service created by Janis Friis, the co-founder of the Internet phone application Skype (and the file-sharing service Kazaa). Rdio has received favorable reviews, but the 4-year-old Internet jukebox nonetheless has struggled to match the momentum of competing services such as Spotify, which now boasts some 9 million paying subscribers. Rdio has undergone layoffs, a management shake-up and a strategic shift (it now offers a free, advertising-supported version through its website). "The market is poised for growth, and we're poised to be a big part of it," Bay said.
  • PASSINGS: Dick Harter, Minoru Mori, Michael Hossack

    PASSINGS: Dick Harter, Minoru Mori, Michael Hossack
    Dick Harter Former Oregon Ducks coach Dick Harter, 81, the University of Oregon men's basketball coach whose Ducks team ended UCLA's 98-game home winning streak in 1976, died Monday at a South Carolina hospital, according to Island Funeral Home in...

    Doobie Brothers drummer Michael Hossack dead at 65

    Michael Hossack, longtime drummer for the classic rock band the Doobie Brothers, has died of cancer at age 65 in his home in Dubois, Wyo. According to the band's manager, Bruce Cohn, his family was by his side when he...

    OneRepublic, Miranda Cosgrove, Earth, Wind & Fire tapped for L.A. County Fair concert series

    OneRepublic, “iCarly’s” Miranda Cosgrove, Salt-N-Pepa and Earth, Wind & Fire are among the headliners tapped for the L.A. County Fair’s End of Summer Concert Series.

    Remembering legendary Cleveland rock critic Jane Scott

    She was like Andy Warhol: iconic blond hair set in a most determined pageboy that never moved. That, and red oversized glasses. You couldn’t miss her at shows -- be it the Dead Boys, Pearl Jam or Neil Young. Paul...