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Rhapsody to allow users burn BMG tracks to CD

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 04 Nov 2002 15:38 User comments (2)

Listen.com signed a licensing agreement with German Bertelsmann Music Group today that allows Listen.com-owned Rhapsody's users to burn their downloaded tracks to CDRs.
The licensing agreement extends Rhapsody's number of tracks that users can burn to CDRs. Unfortunately the burning is not included in Rhapsody's monthly fees, but costs $0.99 a track making it only slightly cheaper than buying an actual CD.

Source: Yahoo!

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2 user comments

15.11.2002 21:38

Isn't bertelsmann the guys that shutdown Napster?? Sorry to be off topic.

26.11.2002 6:13

They didn´t shut it down, they were about to buy it but Napster went bankrupt.

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