Little by little…

By April 2, 2007 No Comments

Apple starts to sell DRM free music on iTunes.

“EMI and iTunes are once again teaming up to move the digital music industry forward by giving music fans higher quality audio that is virtually indistinguishable from the original recordings, with no usage restrictions on the music they love from their favorite artists,” said Eric Nicoli, CEO of EMI Group.


iTunes will also offer customers a simple, one-click option to easily upgrade their entire library of all previously purchased EMI content to the higher quality DRM-free format for 30 cents a song. All EMI music videos will also be available in DRM-free format with no change in price.

Little by little music corporations are starting to find out that the best media publicity comes by serving their customers. That must be such a surprise… ;)

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