EMI Group will soon sell digital music with better sound quality and no digital rights management restrictions through Apple’s iTunes Store.
Major music label EMI Group plans to sell a premium level of digital downloads through Apple’s iTunes Store. For $1.29 per song, consumers will be able to buy higher-quality digital music lacking digital rights management.
While Apple CEO Steve Jobs expresses confidence that the EMI deal will pave the way for widespread sales of DRM-free music, at least one analyst thinks that other record companies will “wait and see the proof that it worked.”
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