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Jam! is a Canadian website, which covers entertainment news. It is part of the CANOE online portal, owned and operated by Quebecor through its Sun Media division.


Since RPM ceased publication in 2000, Jam! is currently the only Canadian media outlet which publishes Canada's weekly record sales charts as compiled by Nielsen SoundScan.


External links

  • Jam! (http://jam.canoe.ca/)
  • Nielsen SoundScan Charts (http://jam.canoe.ca/JamMusicCharts/home2.html)

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Culture jamming - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (777 words)
Culture jamming is a resistance movement to the perceived hegemony of popular culture, based on the ideas of "guerrilla communication".
Culture jamming's intent differs from that of artistic appropriation (which is done for art's sake) and vandalism (where destruction or defacement is the primary goal), although its results are not always so easily distinguishable.
The phrase "culture jamming" comes from the idea of radio jamming: that public frequencies can be pirated and subverted for independent communication, or to disrupt dominant frequencies.
jamming - definition of jamming in Encyclopedia (668 words)
Radar jamming is the intentional emission of radio frequency signals to interfere with the operation of a radar by saturating its receiver with false information.
Jamming was the name of a late 1970s to early 1980s UK music fanzine edited by Tony Fletcher.
Jamming (or jam session) is also a term used to refer to an informal, semi-improvised performance by a group of rock or jazz musicians.
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