Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Music News: iTunes Prices Change

Apple Inc.'s iTunes Store has rolled out its new pricing structure, which allows record companies to decide whether their artists' songs should be sold for either 69 cents, 99 cents or $1.29 each. In return for the three-tiered pricing option, music labels have agreed that songs sold on iTunes are now DRM (digital rights management)-free, which will allow users to copy the tracks and play them on multiple computers and iPods/digital music players. [Associated Press via Yahoo! News]

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