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Listen.com to play in stereos

Online music company Listen.com has signed marketing deals with four consumer electronics companies to offer online music through home stereos and wireless devices. Listen.com said the agreements cover several products from Jensen/Recoton, Stereo-link, Terk Technologies and U.S. Robotics. The company said subscribers to its digital music service, dubbed Rhapsody, will be able to build playlists from its more than 120,000 tracks or choose one of its online radio stations and transmit the tunes to a home stereo. Listen.com has licensed music from four of the Big Five record labels: Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, BMG Entertainment and EMI Recorded Music. Last week, Listen.com said it plans to let some songs on its digital music service be copied onto CDs. Each month, subscribers to its Rhapsody service will be able to burn onto CDs a limited number of tracks from classical music label Naxos of America.

Online music company Listen.com has signed marketing deals with four consumer electronics companies to offer online music through home stereos and wireless devices. Listen.com said the agreements cover several products from Jensen/Recoton, Stereo-link, Terk Technologies and U.S. Robotics. The company said subscribers to its digital music service, dubbed Rhapsody, will be able to build playlists from its more than 120,000 tracks or choose one of its online radio stations and transmit the tunes to a home stereo.

Listen.com has licensed music from four of the Big Five record labels: Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, BMG Entertainment and EMI Recorded Music. Last week, Listen.com said it plans to let some songs on its digital music service be copied onto CDs. Each month, subscribers to its Rhapsody service will be able to burn onto CDs a limited number of tracks from classical music label Naxos of America.