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Pure Play Music (Pink Sheets: PPML) and HSBC, a major multinational financial institution, will team up to provide students free access to music through their "Fresher Sounds" promotion.
By Fred Goodman When Charles Grimsdale, a British investor, started the Internet music venture OD2 in 1999, he had a hard time persuading large record companies to license their music.
By COURTNEY BLANCHARD File work What is an MP3 file? An MP3 is an audio file, in which the data is compressed. This makes the file "smaller," therefore allowing many files to be stored on a computer or music device.
According to the latest MusicWatch consumer surveys from The NPD Group, a leading market research company, the five leading music retailers in the U.S. for the first half of 2008 (January through June, based on purchases of CDs and a-la-carte digital music downloads) ranked as follows: 1. iTunes 2.
By Anonymous We7 (www.we7.com) is an ad-funded music download site, that lets music fans stream or download music for free in return for receiving targeted advertising.
eMusic the world's largest retailer of independent music and the world's second largest music service after iTunes, announces that its worldwide catalogue has now exceeded four million tracks. The growing eMusic roster now comprises more than 40,000 record labels.
IODA, the global leader in digital distribution, marketing, and technology solutions for the independent music and film industry, and R2G, the leading digital music distribution company in China, today announced an agreement to provide China's growing Internet audience with access to a diverse selection of more than one million recordings of international music.
By James Daley The rapid rise of the MP3 player has revolutionised the way we buy and listen to music over the past few years. In 2007, sales of CD albums fell by 10%, while the number of tracks downloaded from the internet rose by more than a third.
By GERRY BRAIDEN SCOTTISH computer users who download music and films illegally could now be identified through "filtering" technology or have their broadband usage limited to prevent them file-sharing under new proposals.
By GERRY BRAIDEN SCOTS who download music and films illegally could now be identified through 'filtering' technology or have their broadband usage limited to prevent them file-sharing, under new proposals.
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