EMI, Apple Are Announcing Sale Of Non-DRM Music for $1.29/song

Looks like EMI Music, a huge huge label, is going to be selling MP3s without any DRM restrictions. Details here.


EMI will offer songs without DRM, iTunes is first partner. Songs will be encoded at 256k and sold at $1.29 per song, $0.30 more per song than the current price. These will be offered along side the existing lower quality, DRM tracks, and consumers can choose.

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