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News Archive - Wednesday, February 1, 2006



Skype to offer Warner Brothers ringtones- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
How's this for a measure of ringtones' frothiness: VoIP pacesetter Skype has licensed music from Warner Brothers to sell ringtones for $1.50 each. Why? Because it's not enough for everyone in a crowded theatre to know your wife is calling when "The Bitch is Back" erupts from your cell read more...

Napster Not So Dead After All- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
Some guys get all the luck. Put your coffee down because the hot new rumour to hit the wires is that Google is considering acquiring Napster. I don't pretend to understand this: if Google wants to get in this subscription music game there seems to be juicier fruit out there (like RealNetworks - read more...

MTV Networks Announces Deal With iTunes- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
Hot off the heals of announcing their digital media service, Urge, MTV Networks gave a taste of how much confidence they have in that service by announcing a deal with their competitor, iTunes, to distribute MTV, MTV2, Nickolodeon and Comedy Central shows through iTunes. This means read more...

Music Sales On The Decline- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
The IFPI has all the hot new press releases these days. The latest one is that overall music sales fell another 2 percent in 2005, bringing the total drop in sales to 20 percent since 1999. Losing a fifth of your business is a pretty tough blow to take, but surprisingly not all music executives read more...



Apple Makes Anti-Spy Changes To iTunes Software- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
After receiving numerous complaints from users about privacy oncerns, Apple has decided to change a controversial feature in it's iTunes software to address these concerns. The company on Tuesday switched the so-called "MiniStore" feature to give users the choice of read more...

Legal Downloads Top $1 Billion Dollars- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
London-based International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, or IFPI, announces today that worldwide sales of music via the internet and mobile phones hit $1.1 Billion dollars last year. This is triple the amount that was reported in 2004, and digital sales now account for 6 percent of the read more...

No Wonder They Don't Want To Change Their Pricing Strategy For Downloads- Wednesday, February 1, 2006
Apple reported today that their profit nearly doubled for it's first fiscal quarter ending in December. Apple, which also makes Macintosh computers, said net income for its first fiscal quarter ended in December rose to $565 million, or 65 cents per share, from $295 million, or 35 cents per read more...