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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.
  • Napster To Go subscription service launches in $30 million ad campaign

    Following a pilot launch last fall, Napster kicked off its digital music portable subscription service, Napster To Go, this week in a $30 million ad campaign including a Super Bowl ad and marketing support from Dell and other makers of MP3 media players.

    Posted 02/08/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Following a pilot launch last fall, Napster kicked off its digital music portable subscription service, Napster To Go, this week in a $30 million ad campaign including a Super Bowl ad and marketing support from Dell and other makers of MP3 media players.

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