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BBC: Confidential Apple music details leaked

The BBC has posted a story about website CDBaby.com posting a transcript from a recent meeting between Apple and top independent record label executives.  The story includes information about the success of iTunes Music Store.  It also mentions that a Windows version of iTunes is planned for “later this year,” and that the iTunes Music Store will become available outside the U.S. in the future.

Editor’s note: In our earlier report, CD Baby had posted points made in the Apple meeting, but the report has since been removed due to Apple’s confidentiality agreement.

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