The rather unexpected comeback of vinyl is quite a fascinating phenomenon to cover.
Our initial report about the death of music compact discs certainly caused quite a ruckus - even though the music buying (or shall we say, listening) public turned on the format quite some time ago already.
Years ago, I started seeing a lot of record stores that catered to rappers and DJ's by selling albums and turn tables.
You’ve read our coverage on TG Daily about the recent loss of Peter Steele, founder of Type O Negative, a great and heavily influential band in modern day metal.
Several years back when I was interviewing someone for an article, I whipped out my trusty tape recorder and the guy just snickered.
Maybe it's serendipity, but just as we posted our report on the last typewriter factory closing, the "Los Angeles Type-In" kicked off at an L.A. pub known as The Red Lion Tavern.
Via has introduced a new media system processor designed to optimize HD online streaming without the use of third-party decoders.