Monday, April 2, 2007

Idolator Talks EMI

Quick follow up to the story earlier about EMI releasing DRM-free music (I've quickly become a very big EMI fan ... huh ... ).

Idolator has an awesome write up on what this move means for you, the consumer.

"People who want to pay for music (yes, there are still a few out there) will have even more incentive to buy EMI's albums digitally, and consumers who were, in the past, stymied by attempts to move their iTunes-purchased music around--whether to different computers or to portable players that aren't necessarily the iPod--will have a slightly easier time doing so now. (Even the Zune will be able to play the unprotected AACs offered by iTunes.)"

Read the rest here!

I'm very excited about this. Especially once the Beatles make it to iTunes.

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