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    File-sharing network iMesh signs distribution deal with Sony BMG

    Sony BMG Music Entertainment has agreed to license its digital music content to iMesh for distribution through iMesh’s peer-to-peer file-sharing network, the companies said.

    Posted 07/15/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Sony BMG Music Entertainment has agreed to license its digital music content to iMesh for distribution through iMesh’s peer-to-peer file-sharing network, the companies said.
  • / Press Release

    Javien Technology Provides E-commerce Support to MTV Networks’ URGE

    Digital Content Commerce Technology Manages Sales McLean, Virginia-October 11, 2006-- Javien Digital Payment Solutions, headquartered in McLean, Virginia, announced today that it provided the base digital content commerce technology that manages the download and subscription sales of URGE, MTV Networks’ new digital music service. “The music programming and discovery tools within URGE are designed to guide consumers’ musical exploration,” said...

    Posted 10/11/2006

    Digital Content Commerce Technology Manages Sales McLean, Virginia-October 11, 2006-- Javien Digital Payment Solutions, headquartered in McLean, Virginia, announced today that it provided the base digital content commerce technology that manages the download and subscription sales of URGE, MTV…
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    File-Swapping Alternatives Jump in Popularity as Napster Fades, According to a New PC Pitstop Report

    DAKOTA DUNES, S.D.--May 2, 2001---- A new report by PC Pitstop (http://www.pcpitstop.com) finds that file-swapping alternatives to Napster are increasing in popularity as users migrate away from the MP3-sharing leader. The report cites that Napster installations dropped by 6% in March--evidence that not only are file-swappers ceasing to use the service, but they’re actually uninstalling the application as well. While the court-ordered injunction...

    Posted 05/02/2001

    DAKOTA DUNES, S.D.--May 2, 2001---- A new report by PC Pitstop (http://www.pcpitstop.com) finds that file-swapping alternatives to Napster are increasing in popularity as users migrate away from the MP3-sharing leader. The report cites that Napster installations dropped by 6% in March--evidence…

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