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Music makers finding their pitch

If you're enrolling at Duke University, you might not get that iPod you were expecting. Also: High notes for satellite radio.

roundup If you're enrolling at Duke University, you might not get that iPod you were expecting. Also: High notes for satellite radio.

Duke puts restrictions on free iPod program

Incoming students at Duke University shouldn't count on getting free iPods anymore.
Photo: iPods on campus
April 6, 2005

Satellite radio hits landmarks

Leading maker of receivers reports 5 million sold, around the same time the combined subscriber roster for XM and Sirius hits 5 million.
April 5, 2005

blog MTV tests new downloadable music video site that offers acoustic concerts with top artists, among other content.
April 5, 2005

Citing subscriber growth, Napster lifts forecast

Company says its "rental" music service helped drive the growth, which included 143,000 new subscribers in the fourth quarter.
April 5, 2005

Satellite radio is altering the airwaves

New medium of satellite radio is fast emerging as an alternative, and broadcasters are fighting back.
The New York Times
April 4, 2005