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Rhapsody to allow CD burning

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 16 Apr 2002 15:35

Listen.com said that its online music service Rhapsody will soon allow users to burn certain amount of music to CD in addition to stream and download the music from the service.
Unfortunately the deal will only cover Rhapsody's classical music selection from Naxos -- the major record label content will be still out of reach for users who wish to burn that kind of music to CD legally from the Net. Listen.com says that it is negotiating with other record labels to add the CD burning option for those labels' music as well.

Rhapsody's main rivals are MusicNet, which doesn't allow music to be burned or transferred to digital audio players, and Pressplay, which allows limited amount of tracks a month to be burned to CD.

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