Striking New Media Chords

Grebb, Michael
September 2005
Multichannel News;9/26/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 40, p22
Focuses on the actions taken by cable music channels on the launch of Yahoo! Inc.'s full commercial version of its Yahoo! Music Unlimited service which offers Internet subscribers an access to more than a million songs for a small monthly fee. Potential impact of the service on the music media business; Information on the linear and on-demand broadband video services offered by MTV; Decision of Music Choice to collaborate with Comcast Corp. to synchronize on-demand cable programming with broadband Internet services.


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