- Cat Galaxy Encourages Listeners To Protest New Royalty Rates
Cat Galaxy, the popular radio station for cats is encouraging its listeners to write members of congress to protest new royalty rates passed by the Library of Congress Copyright Royalty Board earlier in March. The new rate structure will put many internet radio stations like Cat Galaxy out of business if it's left to stand.
Company: Cat Galaxy
(Filed: Wed Mar 28 2007)
- Better by Design
Design consultants at The American Museum in Britain, formulating new hit attraction for Spring 2007
Company: apt marketing & pr ltd
(Filed: Tue Mar 27 2007)
- Worst 25 U.S. Housing Market Forecast Hits 13 States
The Worst 25 U.S. housing markets in 2007 in the Housing Predictor forecast represent markets in thirteen states, which shows housing prices in much of the nation are still declining.
Company: Housing Predictor
(Filed: Mon Mar 26 2007)
- Radio Station For Cats Threatened By New Rate Hike
Cat Galaxy, the popular radio station for cats is encouraging its listeners to contact their members of congress to protest a new rate increase approved earlier in March by the Library of Congress's Copyright Royalty Board. The new rate hike could put a lot of internet radio stations out of business because it is beyond what most webcasters make in revenue.
Company: Cat Galaxy
(Filed: Sun Mar 25 2007)
- GRAND OPENING OF THE KITSAP COUNTY FORUM
The KitsapCounty Forum primary initiatives are development and support of the commercialization of technologies for meeting the needs of the KitsapCounty business community.
Company: Acrislis Media Group
(Filed: Sat Mar 24 2007)
- Paris Air Show 2007 takes off in London on 18 April
Members of the press, other professionals and interested parties are invited to attend a press conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society in London on 18 April 2007 that will present the 47th International Paris Air Show.
(Filed: Wed Mar 21 2007)
- RED NOSE MEETS RED BUTTON…YOOMEDIA GEARS UP FOR RED NOSE DAY
YooMedia, the AIM-listed interactive media, gaming and mobile entertainment group, is gearing itself up to handle a record number of red button donations for this year’s Red Nose Day on Friday March 16th
(Filed: Mon Mar 12 2007)
- The Chandler Ostrich Festival is Back for its 19th Great Year
The Ostrich Festival is back in Chandler, Arizona for its 19th year. With such a proud history behind this annual event, it is no wonder that people from far and wide will be gathering in Chandler’s Tumbleweed Park (2250 S. McQueen Road, at Germann) once again this year from March 9th, 10th, and 11th.
Company: DigiCard Design
(Filed: Thu Mar 08 2007)
- Pedestrian Television on DISH Satellite
The 101st episode of "Perils For Pedestrians" will be broadcast on The Universityhouse Channel on Tuesday, March 13.
Company: Perils For Pedestrians Television
(Filed: Wed Mar 07 2007)
- Keesing’s World News Archive: History 2.0 has arrived
Academics, historians, governments and the public can now search the past 76 years of history with a new search and collaboration tool, based on Squiz’s MySource Matrix open source CMS
Company: Keesing's Worldwide
(Filed: Wed Feb 28 2007)
- Harpers search launched
New search engine launched by Harpers, the wine & spirit weekly, to help wine trade professionals find what they need, fast: www.harperssearch.com
Company: Lindsay May PR
(Filed: Tue Feb 27 2007)