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Listen.com flips on CD burning

Music service provider Listen.com on Thursday released its updated version of its digital music subscription service that allows people to burn CDs and listen to a new Net radio service. As expected, Rhapsody 1.5 lets subscribers with CD burners put tunes onto CDs through its "Naxos Classical with Burning" catalog. Subscribers, who would pay $9.95 per month, can burn up to 10 tracks each month from the catalog, which contains more than 2,200 titles and more than 10,000 musical works. Listen.com also unveiled a premium online radio service, dubbed Radio Plus. The service, which offers commercial-free music from some 58 stations, lets listeners skip songs they don't want to hear. Listen.com said Radio Plus is available as a stand-alone service for $4.95 per month or included with a subscription to any of Rhapsody's services. Rhapsody 1.5 also includes a redesigned player.

    Music service provider Listen.com on Thursday released its updated version of its digital music subscription service that allows people to burn CDs and listen to a new Net radio service. As expected, Rhapsody 1.5 lets subscribers with CD burners put tunes onto CDs through its "Naxos Classical with Burning" catalog. Subscribers, who would pay $9.95 per month, can burn up to 10 tracks each month from the catalog, which contains more than 2,200 titles and more than 10,000 musical works.

    Listen.com also unveiled a premium online radio service, dubbed Radio Plus. The service, which offers commercial-free music from some 58 stations, lets listeners skip songs they don't want to hear. Listen.com said Radio Plus is available as a stand-alone service for $4.95 per month or included with a subscription to any of Rhapsody's services. Rhapsody 1.5 also includes a redesigned player.