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June 14, 2005

EMI & Universal In Digital Formats Pact

MarketWatch: This one is sure to raise some regulatory eyebrows: Universal Music Group and EMI Music Publishing have reached agreement on a pact that will include the introduction of new digital products, formats and service offerings in the U.S. and Canada. The agreement covers the distribution of music videos across several platforms, including VOD, video download services and the DualDisc format.
It also includes ringtones and ringbacks on mobile phones; albums and tracks that can be purchased online; and multi-session audio discs.

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Does anyone know if this is similar to what the media companies did in the Japanese market. How will this affect the aggregators?

Posted by: J | Jun 14, 2005 10:44:08 PM

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