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July 23, 2008

Sky to launch online music


by David Allen

The UK’s largest pay for TV company Sky are to begin offering a music subscription service through their website, after signing up with the largest music producer in the world, Universal.

With this agreement, Sky will be able to compete directly against Apples iTunes, but with other deals in the pipeline with other music providers, this would actually put Sky in a strong position.

Sky’s service will operate on a monthly subscription format, which will allow the users the download unlimited music tracks and keep them in an Mp3 format. This will allow the user to play back the music on whatever device they choose, such as mobile phones and iPods.

With Sky’s subscribers and Universals catalogue of music, which caters for virtually all tastes, this deal cannot fail.

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