FT.com / Companies / IT - Music labels ask Apple to adopt subscription: "The world’s biggest music companies are expected to ask Apple to introduce a music subscription service to its iTunes digital media store as part of negotiations to renew their agreements with the computer company.
Those discussions will begin in earnest next week when Universal Music, the largest record company, sits down at the bargaining table with Apple. Universal’s competitors, Sony-BMG, Warner Music and EMI, have either commenced talks with Apple already or are poised to do so, according to people close to the matter."
Friday, April 13, 2007
FT.com - Music labels ask Apple to adopt subscription
Feeding the rumor mill...
Posted by jherskowitz at 6:52 AM
Labels: apple, itunes, subscription
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