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March 02, 2005

Mike Conte, GM, MSN Marketplaces, on MSN's Music Strategy

Dmw8Mike Conte, the Moby lookalike, was interviewed at the Digital Music Forum by Paul Brindley, MD at MusicAlly. Another tame one, where Conte gave the official MSFT spiel about Playsforsure campaign, Janus DRM, and the need for community (MSN Spaces) development in music (at least he used the word blogs, the only one at the conference to use it besides our blog launch announcement).
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