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Monday, August 18, 2003

Gimme Mick

Jon Healey with the Los Angeles Times provides first-rate technology coverage—but you knew that. Today, he has good news: t-minus two weeks until the Rolling Stones appear in the iTunes Music Store, and they're available now on Rhapsody ("Fans Can Get What They Want"):

Online music services backed by the major record labels are about to sweeten their offers with a little Brown Sugar. [...]

"I think it shows a level of trust and a level of partnership with our artists that says, this is the future, or a major part of the future of how music gets distributed, " [Ted] Cohen [senior vice president of digital development and distribution at EMI Music] said.

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