MoS launches new downloads service

June 2002
Music Week;6/15/2002, Issue 23, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that music from BMG, Telstar and Warner will be among the repertoire available on a subscription downloads service being launched by the Great Britain Ministry of Sound, as of June 2002. Technology that will power the downloads service; Details on how users can access the downloads.


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