Legal music downloads sales rise sharply

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More than 10 million Apple iPod music players were sold in 2004
Sales of legally downloaded songs have shot up more than tenfold in 2004,
with 200 million tracks bought online in the US and Europe in 12 months.
The global music industry has hailed the increase as a sign the digital
music market has "taken off".

A million songs are now available to buy on legal sites, according to an
International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) report.

IFPI boss John Kennedy said: "At last the threat has become the
opportunity."


source and full sory: news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/4187421.stm
 
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L-Man

Good and innovative idea.
Apple rather than fight the online music download trend just found a way to legalise it and make money from it at thesame time.
I like the idea.
 
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