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Friday, 05 August 2005 ,  Written by
According to the Wall Street Journal, is getting ready to start its own digital music service. Even though the company has not confirmed the report, the newspaper suggests has already met with record-label executives to discuss licensing their music. MusicNet, an online music provider who has partnered with Yahoo! Music and Virgin Digital among others, is reportedly being considered to support’s service. The newspaper also points out that recently posted a job advertisement online, looking for a content acquisition manager for a “forthcoming Digital Music Service”.
Monday, 25 July 2005 ,  Written by
KCRW, a popular public radio station based in Los Angeles, is no stranger to podcasting. The station has been podcasting a number of shows since March 1, 2005. Among the roster of 22 shows available on demand from their website and iTunes podcast directory are news (“To the Point”), political (“Left, Right & Center”, “The Politics of Culture”), cultural (Bookworm”, “Good Food”) and entertainment (“Back Channels”, “Martini Shot”) shows. With podcasting, users can subscribe to their favorite programs and listen to them at more convenient times. Selected podcasts can be automatically downloaded and synched to music players.
Thursday, 14 July 2005 ,  Written by Naitze Teng
Nielsen SoundScan released figures that show an increase in legal music downloads from 55 million in the first half of 2004 to nearly 159 million in the same period in 2005. While the number of downloads has tripled, actual sales for the industry have decreased by two and a half percent so far this year. This drop is being blamed on weak album sales, but analysts are cautious, suggesting it is still too soon to tell if this trend will hold up through the holiday season. The data also shows single-song downloads account for six percent of total sales, compared to less than two percent last year.
Tuesday, 05 July 2005 ,  Written by Naitze Teng
Apple released iTunes 4.9, the latest version of their popular music management software for PC and Mac this past Tuesday. The most noticeable change comes in the form of podcast support that lets users select podcasts as a source of music, along with their libraries, radio and iTunes music store. Podcasting is the idea of a content provider, like an Internet radio station, a newspaper or news channel, sending content directly to your MP3 device. The iPod is the king of portable music storage and, when sitting in its doc overnight, it can automatically load itself with a truly impressive array of content. Podcasters enjoy morning commutes and afternoon workouts with the entire Wall Street Journal or unique Beatles performances right on their iPods.
Tuesday, 14 June 2005 ,  Written by Diane Sherwin
On Monday, executives at EMI Group announced that they will be using special technology in their CD releases to limit copying. Only three full copies of a CD’s songs will be able to be made, and these burned copies cannot be copied.
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