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Sony Music Entertainment has struck a deal to use Digital Island's services on artist and label Web sites. Under the deal, Sony will use the Web hosting company's technology to stream audio clips and music videos in RealAudio, QuickTime and Windows Media Audio formats on its promotional Web sites in the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America, according to Digital Island. The announcement comes shortly after Cable & Wireless, a British communications company, acquired Digital Island.
Texas Instruments and RealNetworks on Monday announced that they have broadened their partnership to offer streaming audio and video software for video equipment that uses digital signal processing (DSP). That equipment includes set-top boxes and video phones based on Internet Protocol (IP), network video appliances, personal video recorders, streaming media servers and security surveillance equipment. TI is a leading manufacturer of DSP chips, which clean up and enhance digital transmissions. As part of the agreement, TI will include RealAudio and RealVideo software in its TMS320C6000 DSP systems, allowing manufacturers of video equipment that use C6000 DSPs to provide their customers with access to audio and video streamed over the Internet. C6000 DSPs that include the RealNetworks software will begin shipping in the fourth quarter.
WebTV Networks inks an agreement with RealNetworks to finally give WebTV subscribers RealAudio, a feature customers have been demanding since WebTV's acquisition by Microsoft.
Despite promises from executives and complaints from users, WebTV still does not support Web content developed with Java and later versions of RealAudio.
Digital media company Loudeye Technologies said Monday it has appointed John Baker as president and chief executive officer. Seattle-based Loudeye said Baker replaces David Bullis, who resigned to pursue family and personal interests. Baker has held various management positions in Internet technology, software publishing and private equity investing companies, including GT Interactive Software, Activision and Digital Media Campus. The announcement comes shortly after Loudeye said it completed its acquisition of DiscoverMusic, a Seattle-based company that provides databases of song samples and album-cover art. Loudeye, which helps companies digitize and distribute video and audio media, said the combined company will host the databases of song samples, which include more than 2.5 million samples from approximately 190,000 CDs. Loudeye also said it will provide a video sampling service for movie trailers in both Windows Media and RealAudio formats.
RealNetworks goes to court over a Streambox product called Ripper, software that "rips," or converts, CD and RealAudio files to the popular MP3 format.
RealAudio bug confirmed
FoneICQ, an online voice messaging service by O Wonder, will be offered free on ICQ. Users can record voice messages and send them via email to other ICQ members. The audio files are encoded in RealAudio format. ICQ is an instant messaging client owned by America Online.
Hoping to solidify its lead in the Internet audio market, Progressive Networks ships the final version of RealAudio 3.0.
Progressive Networks announced that its RealAudio Player Plus is now available in stores. Its suggested retail price is $29.99. The enhanced version features preset buttons, scanning, and selective recording that lets users save audio to their PC for listening to clips offline.