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    CinemaNow launches retail site for music videos

    Adding another sales outlet to the growing market for digital entertainment products, video-on-demand retailer CinemaNow has launched WatchMusicHere.com as a retail site for downloads of music videos, the company said today.

    Posted 03/16/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Adding another sales outlet to the growing market for digital entertainment products, video-on-demand retailer CinemaNow has launched WatchMusicHere.com as a retail site for downloads of music videos, the company said today.
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    Napster raises Q4 revenue expectations

    Napster is coming off a great year, the company reported this week, raising its expectations for fourth quarter revenue to $15 million from the previously expected $14 million. Its FY Q4 will end March 31.

    Posted 03/04/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Napster is coming off a great year, the company reported this week, raising its expectations for fourth quarter revenue to $15 million from the previously expected $14 million. Its FY Q4 will end March 31.
  • TiVo, iriver and others license Rhapsody platform

    Nokia, TiVo, iriver, Logitech, SigmaTel, and Telechips have licensed the Rhapsody DNA platform from RealNetworks Inc. and plan to build support for the technology into their products and services. The deals make Rhapsody accessible virtually anywhere

    Posted 01/10/2007Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Nokia, TiVo, iriver, Logitech, SigmaTel, and Telechips have licensed the Rhapsody DNA platform from RealNetworks Inc. and plan to build support for the technology into their products and services. The deals make Rhapsody accessible virtually anywhere
  • Best Buy takes on Apple with its own digital music store

    Teaming up with RealNetworks Inc. and its Rhapsody digital music service, Best Buy Co. Inc. has launched the Best Buy Digital Music Store. Customers can subscribe to a monthly service or buy songs individually.

    Posted 10/31/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Teaming up with RealNetworks Inc. and its Rhapsody digital music service, Best Buy Co. Inc. has launched the Best Buy Digital Music Store. Customers can subscribe to a monthly service or buy songs individually.

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