Universal getting ready to take down iTunes?

Interesting read about Universal partnering with BMG and Warner to develop a new music subscription service to try steal some of the market share that Apples iTunes currently has. Universal getting ready to take down iTunes? – Universal CEO Doug Morris is looking to partner with Sony BMG and Warner to develop "a new music subscription service that will try to loosen Apple’s grip on the online music market.(more…)[CrunchGear]

Interesting read about Universal partnering with BMG and Warner to develop a new music subscription service to try steal some of the market share that Apples iTunes currently has.

Universal getting ready to take down iTunes?universal Universal CEO Doug Morris is looking to partner with Sony BMG and Warner to develop "a new music subscription service that will try to loosen Apple’s grip on the online music market.(more…)[CrunchGear]


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