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More Music Industry News: Rhapsody Goes Dolby, Doobies Sue EMI, HMV, UMG vs. Pirates & More

  • image from www.kenverheecke.com Rhapsody is working with Dolby to upgrade audio quality of its 9 million track catalog for mobile delivery. (press release)
  • EMI sued over failure to pay royalties on songs by Doobie Brothers. - News of the action comes after Pink Floyd won a claim against EMI blocking sales of downloads of the band's concept albums. (Guardian)
  • A look at YouTube's new indie music video payment program. (Future Of Music)
  • HMV Targets New Products, Live Music Market. (Billboard)
  • NASDAQ schedules the Sirius XM de-listing hearing for April 29th.
  • Project Playlist talks with AOL about investing. (CNet)
  • Universal Music Funds Yet Another 'Educational' Propaganda Campaign Against File Sharing. (Techdirt)
  • Facebook says new program to automatically share data ‘has nothing to do’ with ads. (DigitalBeat)
  • Rapidshare Aims To Convert Pirates Into Customers - The file-hosting service is seeking major entertainment industry partners for an online store where links to infringing material will redirect to. The plan is an attempt to bridge the gap between copyright holders and users of the site who distribute image from www.topnews.in infringing material. (TorrentFreak)
  • WORTHY CLICK: Radio Tuna - search internet radio stations by genre, artist or name. Currently the site is in beta.


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