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  • eMusic expands its repertoire with EMI Music

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    eMusic expands its repertoire with EMI Music

    Online digital music store gains access to more than 15,000 tunes.

    Posted 05/31/2011Nesli KarakusPost a comment

    Online digital music store gains access to more than 15,000 tunes.
  • / Press Release

    Cherry Lane and Musicnotes.com Enter into Online Sheet Music Distribution Agreement

    MADISON, WI and NEW YORK, NY ¨C August 26, 2009 ¨C Cherry Lane Music, one of the world¡¯s leading independent music publishers, has entered into a worldwide licensing and distribution agreement with Musicnotes.com, the market leader in downloadable sheet music. Under this newly minted agreement, Musicnotes.com will sell downloadable digital sheet music and guitar tab created by the print division of Cherry Lane Music. This includes songs from...

    Posted 08/26/2009

    MADISON, WI and NEW YORK, NY ¨C August 26, 2009 ¨C Cherry Lane Music, one of the world¡¯s leading independent music publishers, has entered into a worldwide licensing and distribution agreement with Musicnotes.com, the market leader in downloadable sheet music. Under this newly minted agreement,…
  • Amazon.com sounds off with competition for iTunes

    In a move to challenge the dominance of Apple Inc.’s iTunes Music Store in the digital music market, Amazon.com today launched a public beta version of its Amazon MP3 digital music store, where shoppers can buy CDs as well as digital downloads.

    Posted 09/25/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    In a move to challenge the dominance of Apple Inc.’s iTunes Music Store in the digital music market, Amazon.com today launched a public beta version of its Amazon MP3 digital music store, where shoppers can buy CDs as well as digital downloads.
  • Late to music downloads, Amazon makes them easy to share

    Amazon and music label EMI have joined forces to sell digital music in a way that lets consumers freely share music without the digital rights management, or DRM, that restricts use of downloaded songs and annoys many consumers. The music downloading service Amazon plans to introduce later this year will offer all of its music through the MP3 format, free of DRM.

    Posted 06/01/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Amazon and music label EMI have joined forces to sell digital music in a way that lets consumers freely share music without the digital rights management, or DRM, that restricts use of downloaded songs and annoys many consumers. The music downloading service Amazon plans to introduce later this…
  • / Press Release

    Loudeye and EMI Sign Dual-Mode Download Service Agreement

    CANNES, France - January 24, 2006 - Loudeye Corp. (Nasdaq: LOUD), a worldwide leader in business-to-business digital media solutions, today announced an agreement with EMI Music, to provide dual-mode digital downloads of EMI`s music to retail customers across Europe. The dual-delivery model allows users to browse, search, listen, and download full-length songs over-the-air to their mobile device as well as to a personal computer, all through one...

    Posted 01/25/2006

    CANNES, France - January 24, 2006 - Loudeye Corp. (Nasdaq: LOUD), a worldwide leader in business-to-business digital media solutions, today announced an agreement with EMI Music, to provide dual-mode digital downloads of EMI`s music to retail customers across Europe. The dual-delivery model allows…
  • / Technology

    Listen.com lines up agreements with a fifth major record label

    Listen.com, a San Francisco-based online music company that distributes the Rhapsody digital music subscription service, reported it has licensed the rights to the music catalog of the Universal Music Group.

    Posted 07/01/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Listen.com, a San Francisco-based online music company that distributes the Rhapsody digital music subscription service, reported it has licensed the rights to the music catalog of the Universal Music Group.

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