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Radio Radio

Radio beats CD and MP3s when it comes to music listening, according to a recent survey.Nearly two-thirds of Americans said they listen to music nearly every day, according to the report.The radio hasn't lost its luster with music listening fans...

Not Quite the Download Generation Yet ...

While we get very excited about downloading music, the discussion over DRM and which MP3 player is best, only one in four online consumers have acquired music via digital downloads, according to CEA Market Research in a study called "Uncovering Trends...

How Much Is That Song in the Window?

Everybody (including me) wonders why music downloads all cost 99 cents (or so). (OK, Wal-mart is 88 cents per song). Well, now we have an interesting article today about wholesale music download pricing -- a fancy term for how much...

Take the Fifth -- Beethoven's Fifth ...

Free classical music downloads of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony launch The Philadelphia Orchestra’s online music store. (I like it!) The Philadelphia Orchestra is the first major American orchestra to offer consumers the opportunity to download recent and archival music directly through...

TuneFlow: Your Choice

Sites were you can download music for free is far from a new idea, but at least TuneFlow is taking a novel approach with its support of indie music. TuneFlow's "Music to the Ears: Tune Tournament" lets us (we the...

eMusic: Downloads Were Meant To Be Free (At Least a Few)

Everybody complains about the high cost of downloading music, but at least eMusic is doing something about it. Now, 25 free downloads may not seem like a lot, but 25 is what you get during your free trial from eMusic....

Free Napster!

Yes, once again, one of the most famous (or notorious) music download sites -- Napster -- is free. However, things are a bit different now as Napster moves to an advertiser-supported model that allows users to listen to songs for free five...

Apple vs. Apple: Round 3

Like the old Mad Magazine’s Spy vs. Spy, we now have the latest version of Apple vs. Apple.  According to Newsfactor, Apple Computer will meet the Beatles' Apple Corps in court this week in London, where a judge will decide...

Music Sites: Price Fixing?

So it's not just me that thinks that it's more than coincidence that so many music download sites charge 99 cents for a song.Apparently both the U.S. Department of Justice and New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer think so, too. Both...

Intel Inside; No, Mariah Carey Instead

It used to be strange looking, funky people in silver suits for the classic Intel Inside! advertising (and branding) campaign, taking a little chip that no one could see and positioning it as the center of your computing purchasing decisions.My...

eMusic Makes It Free (For 30 Days)

Everybody loves free music downloads (remember Napster?) and now eMusic is offering a 30-day free trial with up to 100 downloads from its 1 million song catalog. I checked out the jazz section; good to see Rahsaan Roland Kirk represented,...

Google vs. Yahoo! Search Engines Going Wireless

The Deal's Tech Confidential today nicely sums up Google and Yahoo's plays into the mobile phone space.  Search on a cell phone would be a good thing -- as long as you can do it easily and the service is fast. ...
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