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2008-09-10 09:00:20

Audible Magic Corp. has signed customer agreements to provide its CopySense(R) Content Identification Services to four leading mobile entertainment companies: FunForMobile, mywaves, myxer and ThumbPlay. These new agreements, along with two other recent agreements with Nokia and Phonezoo, propel Audible Magic into the burgeoning $3.1 billion mobile entertainment marketplace and enable its new customers to ensure copyright compliance across their millions and millions of downloads of music,...

2005-11-18 04:55:08

By Cynthia Littleton and Chris Marlowe LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - NBC Universal has struck a deal with technology and commerce specialist Wurld Media that will make selected movies available for on-demand downloading via peer-to-peer distribution early next year. NBC Universal said it marks the first time a major studio has licensed content to a P2P service. Saratoga Springs, N.Y.-based Wurld Media is one of the companies striving to rehabilitate the image of P2P, whose...

2005-07-09 10:25:00

LOS ANGELES -- Music giant Sony/BMG has reached a licensing agreement with file-swapping service iMesh, one of the first such tie-ups since a U.S. Supreme Court decision clamping down on online copyright infringement. The deal, confirmed on Friday by an iMesh representative, followed a high court ruling that unauthorized networks such as Grokster could be held liable for the copyright infringement of their users. Analysts said that decision added momentum to the move toward networks...

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