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BT plans music subscription service

BT plans music subscription service

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BT is reportedly in early discussions with execs at all four major labels to try and build a legal music subscription service to rival the vague plans that Sky says it has about a similar initiative. Sky says that it's reached agreements with EMI and... >>

7digital signs pan-European MP3 deal with Warner

7digital signs pan-European MP3 deal with Warner

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7digital has announced that it's signed a pan-European deal with Warner Music that'll allow the former to sell MP3s from the major label across France, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy and Portugal, in addition to the already-existing deals in the UK, Ireland,... >>

iTunes finally goes DRM-free

iTunes finally goes DRM-free

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At the Apple keynote at Macworld Expo 2009 in San Francisco Philip W. Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide product marketing for Apple, followed absent Apple boss Steve Jobs' tradition of announcing "one last thing". Music fans will be pleased... >>

Warner pulls music videos from YouTube

Warner pulls music videos from YouTube

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Warner Music Group has ordered YouTube to remove all music videos by its artists after contract renegotiations broke down, reports Reuters. The move, that will affect hundreds of thousands of video clips, is said to be due to Warner demanding more revenue... >>

Play.com signs up big four for DRM-free downloads

Play.com signs up big four for DRM-free downloads

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Online retailer Play.com has announced that tracks and albums from all four major music labels are now available in MP3 DRM-Free format on their digital music service PlayDigital. With the claim of beating their major UK competitors Amazon, HMV and Tesco... >>

MySpace Music launches with DRM-free downloads from Amazon

MySpace Music launches with DRM-free downloads from Amazon

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MySpace, along with the big four record labels, EMI, Sony BMG, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group as well as Sony ATV/Music Publishing have unveiled the new, revamped "MySpace Music". Promising a host of new features for both users and artists,... >>

SanDisk and big four record labels launch slotMusic

SanDisk and big four record labels launch slotMusic

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A new physical music format has been launched by SanDisk and the big four record labels, EMI Music, Sony BMG, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group. Dubbed "slotMusic" the format is based on the microSD cards that are due to launch soon available... >>

7digital sees 300% sales increase from DRM-free

7digital sees 300% sales increase from DRM-free

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7digital.com has said that it has seen "rocketing" digital music sales following the introduction of the DRM-free MP3 download format across the Warner Music and EMI catalogues. In March, 7digital.com was the first company in Europe to offer the Warner... >>

Warner joins Nokia "Comes with Music"

Warner joins Nokia "Comes with Music"

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Nokia has announced that Warner Music Group will make its song catalogue available through Nokia Music Stores as well as through "Comes with Music", the phone co's as yet unlaunched music offering. Comes With Music is Nokia's forthcoming audio offering... >>

Warner Music pulls music from last.fm

Warner Music pulls music from last.fm

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Warner Music Group has pulled its music from Last.fm’s free on-demand music streaming service in an apparent dispute over compensation rates. The online radio station has started removing Warner artists from its services according to industry website... >>