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Reverberations in online music

Internet users continue to be well attuned to digital songs, even with the occasional off-note.

Internet users continue to be well attuned to digital songs, even with the occasional off-note.

RIP: PlaysForSure 2004-2007

Microsoft concedes, as many predicted, that its Zune strategy can't happily coexist with a program designed to promote others' devices and services. (From News.com's Beyond Binary blog.)
December 13, 2007

Will iLike users like Thumbplay's ringtones too?

Thumbplay is now selling ringtones via music discovery company iLike's swelling Facebook application and iLike.com.
December 13, 2007

Led Zeppelin video removals: Not Warner's fault

The way the DMCA is written, it's a lot of work to track down content, which is why the label apparently outsourced the job, says Matt Rosoff of CNET's blog network.
December 13, 2007

Popular dance musician has launched a Web site that gives his music away for free to indie and student filmmakers.
December 13, 2007

Another Rhapsody outage locks out some users

Second outage since March blocks an unknown number of customers and some are frustrated that the company doesn't know when it will be fixed.
December 12, 2007

Radiohead criticized as band shuts down 'In Rainbows' promo

Questions are raised about why band is shutting down pay-what-you-want offer for album after three months.
December 11, 2007

Rhapsody harmonizes with music blog network Mog.com

The subscription service, still unable to break into iTunes' market share, has launched a partnership with a music-based social network.
December 11, 2007

Two of the more high-profile acts that weren't selling their music as ringtones have given in.
December 10, 2007