According to Macworld, Apple, Amazon and Real are competing to provide the infrastructure for the soon to launched MySpace Music store. Although a decision is yet to be made, Amazon is said to be at the front of the pack. MySpace Music will offer music from three major record labels, Sony BMG, Warner and Universal. […]
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Apple's Bid for Myspace Music

According to Macworld, Apple, Amazon and Real are competing to provide the infrastructure for the soon to launched MySpace Music store.

Although a decision is yet to be made, Amazon is said to be at the front of the pack.

MySpace Music will offer music from three major record labels, Sony BMG, Warner and Universal. The service is expected to make its bow in September. In addition to sales of DRM-free music, MySpace Music will likely also offer ring tones, concert tickets, merchandise and other memorabilia. The company seems prepared to work with a partner on the online music retail side, and the partner must be prepared to offer music from unsigned acts.

DRM-free music and unsigned acts aren’t really Apples thing, have to wait and see how this one works out.

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