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eMusic adds content from YouTube, Flickr and Wikipedia

eMusic adds content from YouTube, Flickr and Wikipedia

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eMusic has rehauled its website adding support for social networking websites including Facebook, as well as access to content from Flickr, Wikipedia and YouTube. "A host of new Web 2.0 features will offer eMusic customers more musical context than any... >>

eMusic celebrates "Independents Day"

eMusic celebrates "Independents Day"

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eMusic, the world’s largest digital retailer of independent music is inviting music fans around the world to join in celebrating "Independents Day" 2008 - the first global event to generate awareness of independent labels and their "rich contributions... >>

eMusic celebrates 200 millionth download

eMusic celebrates 200 millionth download

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Online music service eMusic is celebrating a milestone with its 200 millionth song download. The figure was reached around 4 and a half years after the store's November 2003 launch of its MP3-based subscription service. What makes the milestone more notable... >>

eMusic is offering ready-made holiday playlists

eMusic is offering ready-made holiday playlists

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eMusic are offering some brand new holiday playlists. If you don't have time to create your own playlists or are looking for some musical ideas to get you in the mood then eMusic's holiday playlists are the answer to iPod ennui this summer. eMusic's resident... >>

eMusic sells its 100 millionth download

eMusic sells its 100 millionth download

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Although most of the discussion of music downloads online this week has been about Apple iTunes, a milestone has been reached by its chief competitor in the US as it has just sold its 100 millionth download. eMusic sold its 100 millionth song to Michael... >>

eMusic, the US's second-biggest online music site, goes live across the EU

eMusic, the US's second-biggest online music site, goes live across the EU

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The second biggest music download service is the US has launched across all 25 European Union countries today. eMusic, which has a 13% share in the market, compared with Apple iTunes 70% share, has unveiled its subscription service in the UK, and is the... >>