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RealNetworks Launches New Music Service

RealNetworks has launched the RealOne RHAPSODY music service charging subscribers 79˘ to burn individual tracks.

“RealNetworks®, Inc. (Nasdaq: RNWK) today announced a new music service, RealOne? RHAPSODY®, a co-branded version of the popular RHAPSODY digital music subscription service.  RealOne RHAPSODY offers consumers unlimited, ?all you can eat? access to the broadest library of major and independent label music with more than 330,000 tracks available for on-demand listening and more than 200,000 songs available for transferring to CD, aka ?burning.?  At only 79˘ per track, RealOne RHAPSODY offers subscribers the lowest per-burn price available to U.S. consumers through any of the new generation of digital music services.”

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Comments

1

They are charging a monthly fee…Apple are the only ones that get it !

Posted by Mark on May 28, 2003 at 8:50 AM (PDT)

2

79˘ a song doesn’t sound so great when you also have to pay a $9.95/month subscription fee. I’ll stick with iTunes, thanks.

Posted by gustafks in Minneapolis on May 28, 2003 at 8:54 AM (PDT)

3

and you can only burn CD’s

Posted by robdog on May 28, 2003 at 9:41 AM (PDT)

4

its probably in real player format too.  PUKE!  who would want such crap?

Posted by wes on May 28, 2003 at 8:31 PM (PDT)

5

what if i only want one song? $10.74 seems pretty steep… 10 songs fo 17.85? it costs less to buy an album at the high priced virgin megastore! then there is the added inconvienence of burning them to a cd before i can rip them to itunes. This service seems doomed to failure.

Posted by andrew on May 29, 2003 at 11:06 AM (PDT)

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