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Online music site Epitonic.com launched its new Epitonic Blackbox, a service that provides the site's users with a place to store, share and play their personal music collection from anywhere in the world. What sets Epitonic's Blackbox apart from other similar services—such as a MyPlay locker—is that if the user's computer crashes, the Blackbox will survive, thus assisting investigators in piecing together the origins of the crash… According to the Nielsen Net Ratings for the week of June 26-July 2, Eonline.com was the most visited entertainment Web site, garnering nearly one million unique visitors in that period, a 69.6% rise in traffic. Fueled by interest in summer movies, the top five entertainment sites (according to traffic increase) were rounded out by EW.com, up 63.9%; WarnerBros.com, up 59.4%; Moviefone.com, up 54.3%; and Entertainment.MSN.com, up 50.5%. For the same period, hitsdailydouble.com registered 11 unique visitors, a startling increase of more than 75%! The appearance of disgruntled "Who Wants To Marry What Might Possibly Be A Millionaire?" contestant (and future trivia answer) Darva Conger in Playboy goosed Playboy.com's numbers by a whopping 85% Apparently, the folks at Nielsen don't consider porn to be "entertainment."… MP3.com announced it had added its hundredth affiliate to its MP3Radio.com subsidiary. The milestone was surpassed only 30 days after the syndicated radio service launched. Atlanta's WBTS-FM officially became the hundredth station to air the one-hour "Best of MP3.com" syndicated show. Other markets include Miami, Long Island (NY), Orlando (FL) and the coveted Omaha (NE) market. "Sure it's exciting to get Atlanta," said MP3.com Chairman and CEO michael robertson',390,400);">michael robertson',390,400);">Michael Robertson, "but Omaha, that's the real jewel in our crown."… On June 24-25, rock memorabilia collectors worldwide got a chance to bid on just under a thousand pieces of Kiss crap. The auction was hosted by Butterfields, an eBay company, and Greg Manning Auctions. It was Webcast live via The Auction Channel. Lots included costumes, instruments, signed mementos and personal effects, and Auction Channel users snatched up over 18% of the lots offered. According to an auction spokesman, one bidder spent $9,500 on a Gene Simmons shoulder pad. "Who knows what a stage-used codpiece might have fetched," he added.
ALONG CAME JONES
Alamo adds a COO. (1/13a)
VISUAL ARTISTS HONOR INTERSCOPE
A feast for the senses (1/14a)
GRAMMYS IN APRIL?
(NO FOOLIN')
Vegas, baby. (1/12a)
COACHELLA LINEUP: HARRY, YE, BILLIE AND THE WHOLE THING
The poster has been printed. (1/13a)
UTA: A YEAR OF MOMENTUM
Agency reshuffles the deck. (1/14a)
I DON'T WANNA WORK
I just wanna bang on my drum all day.
I HAVE A HANGOVER
I like to call it "2021."
I DON'T WANNA HAVE A MEETING
My Zoom backgrounds are all outdated.
I MISS CHRISTMAS
When's the next holiday that involves eggnog?
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