Music And Phones To The Ears

Wickham, Rhonda
August 2003
Wireless Week;8/15/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 17, p17
Trade Publication
Deals with the use of wireless communication systems by music recording companies to maximize profits from downloadable music. Remarks from Sprint PCS director of ring tones, screen savers and music, Andy Volanakis regarding the business case for straight music downloads; Cost of downloading music; Overview of real-time model offered by Musikube.


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