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Online music hits a crescendo

With competition on the rise, America Online buys MusicNow, MySpace starts a record label and Napster gets a boost from Samsung.

With competition on the rise, America Online buys MusicNow, MySpace starts a record label and Napster gets a boost from Samsung.

AOL's got MusicNow

Time Warner's America Online acquires company in a move to revamp its music customization, personalization features.
November 3, 2005

MySpace.com creates own record label

Networking site, recently acquired by News Corp., expects its popularity among musicians to give MySpace Records a head start.
November 3, 2005

Samsung to lend iTunes rivals more support

Company plans to offer technical support to online-music partners such as Napster, Microsoft, to help sales of its MP3 players.
November 3, 2005

iMesh's music filters skipping a bit

With many bands' works still available for free, the network shows blocking of copyrighted songs online is tricky task.
November 2, 2005

blog Trade group asks federal regulars for sharp drop in the amount of royalties they pay labels on Net radio services.
October 31, 2005

Sprint dials into music

Sprint Nextel offers a music service that allows customers to wirelessly download songs to their cell phones.
October 31, 2005

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Sony to patch copy-protected CD

Facing fears that its piracy-proofed CDs could help virus writers, record label is working with antivirus firms to offer patch.
November 2, 2005