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IUMA buyer launches subscription service

Digital-music provider Vitaminic says it has launched an online music subscription service, dubbed Vitaminic Music Club. The service will provide music fans with unlimited access to legally downloadable tracks from artists including Duke Ellington and Frank Sinatra. The company said the subscription will run $39.95 for six months or $69.95 for a year. In January, Vitaminic partnered with Sony Music Entertainment to let consumers purchase secure, downloadable music. Two months later, Vitaminic inked a deal to acquire the Internet Underground Music Archive (IUMA), including its domains, artist databases, equipment and the registered trademark, Musicomania, which was owned by EMusic.

Digital-music provider Vitaminic says it has launched an online music subscription service, dubbed Vitaminic Music Club. The service will provide music fans with unlimited access to legally downloadable tracks from artists including Duke Ellington and Frank Sinatra. The company said the subscription will run $39.95 for six months or $69.95 for a year.

In January, Vitaminic partnered with Sony Music Entertainment to let consumers purchase secure, downloadable music. Two months later, Vitaminic inked a deal to acquire the Internet Underground Music Archive (IUMA), including its domains, artist databases, equipment and the registered trademark, Musicomania, which was owned by EMusic.