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While record companies' revenue from digital music sales rose 40 percent to $2.9 billion over the past year, the growth is still failing to cover losses from the collapse of international CD sales.
In a digital music race against Apple Inc.â€™s iTunes Store, Amazon.com is revealing a new Pepsi commercial come Super Bowl Sunday featuring Grammy-winning R&B singer Justin Timberlake. Itâ€™s part of a year-long billion dollar giveaway of MP3s, CDs, videos, electronics and other items on Amazon.
Amazon.com Inc. launched its much-anticipated digital music store Tuesday, a move analysts say represents the first hint of real competition for Apple Inc.'s market-leading iTunes.
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Despite healthy increases in digital music revenues in 2005, overall U.S. music industry sales fell 0.6 percent to $12.27 billion in 2005, according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
By Sue Zeidler LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday it has opened an investigation into possible anti-competitive pricing of online music by the world's major music labels.
Digital downloading has begun transforming the classical music marketplace. From new faces to household names, artists across the classical spectrum are enjoying a growing percentage of album sales courtesy of digital retailing.
MusicGiants Inc. will launch a new music download service on Wednesday hoping to stand out from the crowded digital audio market by appealing to high-end at-home listeners, the company said.
The love affair between record labels and Apple Computer Inc. could be headed for the rocks as they bicker over prices ahead of licensing renegotiations set for early next year.
By Derek Caney NEW YORK (Reuters) - The love affair between record labels and Apple Computer Inc. could be headed for the rocks as they bicker over prices ahead of licensing renegotiations set for early next year.
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