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online music service

(1) See online music store and music search.

(2) A Web-based service that lets users stream and/or download songs to their computers or mobile devices. Also called a "music locker" if the service allows users to upload their own music collection. See Spotify, Pandora, Napster, Google Play, Apple Music, iTunes, iTunes Match and cloud music storage.
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Jill Johnstone, international director of Consumer Focus, said: "The music industry is shooting itself in the foot by not promoting legal online music services.
AOL said it will move accounts from the Circuit City's Music Now service, set up after it bought Circuit City Stores Inc's online music service in 2005, to Napster during the next 60 days, unless customers opt out.
It always said it was plotting to resurrect the Napster name in a new online music service and a deal of this magnitude could instantly catapult it right into the number one spot.
Indeed, every Napster user has already demonstrated the ease of producing an integrated online music service through simple file sharing.
Qobuz is the first online music service that gives access to all the music labels (majors and independents) and all artists in all genres of music in Hi-Fi audio streaming.
London, Sept 6 (ANI): In a move that could put it in direct competition with Apple's iTunes, Facebook is planning to debut its own free online music service this month.
The move, contrasting with the usual secrecy surrounding Apple's announcements, comes as the company enters the final stages of launching a new online music service.
The stereo enables users to download music from online music service Any Music by using an attached screen, not through a personal computer.
com says the online music service will be letting listeners jam to more than 2 million songs for free, thanks to a new Web site supported by ads.
Meanwhile, Sony is to launch an online music service in the US this year, offering some 500,000 songs for downloading at about a dollar a tune.
Making a stunning concession Pressplay, the online music service from Sony and Universal, has made a U-turn on downloads.
Fasttrack, which features file exchange programs such as KaZaA and MusicCity, was launched when the online music service Napster was closed in July 2001.

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