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Troubled Qtrax is back and licensing music

The company that had trouble paying bills and acquiring licensing rights the past three years has finally penned some deals. The service is expected to launch next week.

By March 4, 2011


Former RIAA chief tries to save Qtrax image

The top music labels would have lost confidence in Qtrax a long time ago if not for Jay Berman, the former RIAA chief, who is representing the music service.

By November 11, 2009


Qtrax faces more financial, legal problems

First Oracle and now two other vendors are suing the online music start-up, charging it with unpaid bills. Qtrax also appears to be behind payments to at least one label.

By August 17, 2009


Oracle sues Qtrax, claims P2P site owes $1.8 million

Oracle supplied the music service with software, but Qtrax's $1.8 million payment bounced, according to court documents.

By July 27, 2009


Don't expect Spotify in U.S. this holiday season

The popular European music service is without a single label deal more than a year after first promising to launch here. All music fans can expect from the company this holiday season is spin.

By December 7, 2010


Is this the unluckiest man in digital music?

Robin Kent, who worked for failed music service SpiralFrog and the controversial P2P start-up Qtrax, is walking away from digital music.

By May 27, 2010


Legal P2P music site Qtrax signs EMI Music

Last January all four of the major recording companies denied the start-up's assertion that it had cut deals with them. But now Qtrax is starting to gather momentum.

By June 3, 2008


P2P service Qtrax inks publishing deal with Warner/Chappell

Legal P2P music service must still cut licensing deal before it can offer songs from Warner Music Group.

By May 14, 2008


Qtrax finally signs major record label

Qtrax, the legal P2P music start-up, really has signed a licensing agreement with a major label this time.

By May 6, 2008


Will MySpace save Imeem with acquisition?

MySpace is in talks to acquire Imeem, a music service that is once again running low on cash, multiple sources say.

By November 17, 2009