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May 26, 2005

AOL UK and iTunes in Revenues Spat

NMA: AOL and Apple are in secret talks to resolve revenue share problems with their deal that gives AOL users in the UK direct access to iTunes downloads, according to this story. AOL and Apple have similar deals throughout AOL Music channels in the UK, France and Germany.
There have been problems tracking which users have downloaded what songs. This has led to difficulties in payments between the two companies for the revenue sharing element of the scheme.

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