Pili Tobar, from the Clinton-supporting Latino Victory Project, said: 'Having these taco trucks around, having music playing and at the same time registering people to vote - and obviously people here want to vote against Donald Trump - there is a celebration of culture happening. … [Read more...] about They’re building a wall… of taco trucks! Anti-Trump campaigners ‘welcome’ candidate to Las Vegas with a display of Mexican food dealerships
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"The agenda of the programme was set by the audience's own questions. The BBC is firm in its belief that it was appropriate for Mr Griffin to appear as a member of the panel and the BBC fulfilled its duty to uphold due impartiality by inviting him on the programme." … [Read more...] about BNP leader’s Question Time appearance draws almost 8m viewers
Under the BBC's complaints procedure, the corporation will respond to the calls after the issues have been discussed with the Question Time programme team. Those who remain unsatisfied with the response can refer their complaint to the BBC's editorial complaints unit. … [Read more...] about Nick Griffin to lodge formal complaint with BBC over Question Time
"The music business is a harder slog than it used to be. Media is fragmented into a million pieces and it's very hard to achieve the ubiquity that acts used to be able to achieve, and thus sell what they used to sell. Piracy is still rampant. But there are acts that are doing very well, because they are paying attention to where the money goes, and not bellyaching, sans facts, about the music business. … [Read more...] about Spotify vs Musicians: 10 things to read to better understand the debate
“If you’ve built a business around free and attracted a user base predominantly for that reason, the vast majority won’t pay if you start trying to persuade them to. And how much can you afford to take away from ‘free’ in order to make the paid seem better, before you start losing your free audience?” he says. … [Read more...] about Streaming music: what next for Apple, YouTube, Spotify… and musicians?