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CNET launches music download service

Written by Jari Ketola @ 26 Apr 2004 15:43 User comments (1)

CNET launches music download service CNET Networks launched a free digital music service on Monday. The service, hosted at CNET's Download.com website, allows people to search and download music contributed to the service by independent and unsigned artists.
While the service is similar to the old MP3.com, which was bought by CNET last year, it will be separate from the upcoming MP3.com service. CNET plans to relaunch MP3.com as a music information site soon.

CNET plans to build the service and add new technology and features to Download.com in hopes of making in the largest free-music resource over the course of the year.

Source: News.com

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126.4.2004 19:06

I looked at the title of this article and tought, "great another dumbass download service" but this is awesome! Indies need all the exposure they can get. Good for them.

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