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Napster made deals with independent European labels

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 26 Jun 2001 12:04

Napster has taken yet another step towards legal subscription-based service by inking deals with more than 150 European indie labels to use their content in Napster's up-coming subscription service.
Deals with UK-based Association of Independent Music, Belgium-based Impala and other trade bodies of independent labels give Napster access to artists like Tom Jones and Moby. The deal, however, doesn't cover third-party publishing rights, which Napster must still negotiate in order to offer the music as part of its service.

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