A special edition discussing the Apple EMI announcement. Look for our regular weekly MBW on Tuesday as usual.
- Apple and EMI have announced DRM-free music at 256kbps AAC for $1.29 beginning in May.
- Jobs believes that by years' end, half of the 5 million track iTunes catalog will be available DRM free.
- Read a transcript of the Q&A at the press event with Steve Jobs and EMI chief Eric Nicoli.
- You will be able to upgrade your library to DRM-free and higher quality music in the next version of iTunes.
- Take a look at EMI's music catalogue.
- EMI has audio available of the press event.
- Also check out pictures from the press event.
- The RIAA is not fond of used CD stores.
- When asked about The Beatles in iTunes, EMI stated that they are working on it. Read the Q&A transcript.
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