May 16, 2007

Amazon to Offer DRM-Free Music Downloads

Amazon.com has announced that they are going to be selling DRM-free music downloads in MP3 format, allowing them to be used both on the iPod and the Zune (as well as a host of other cool playback options). EMI is the first major label to sign up. Kudos to them. I know it might be pie-in-the-sky, but my hope is that all the music I have bought from the iTunes Music Store will eventually be made available to me to re-download (for free) without the DRM, so I can use it more freely (like play it through our Xbox 360).
posted by julie at May 16, 2007 11:01 AM


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