EMI signs on with ad-driven P2P service to freely share music

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 In all  the efforts the music industry is trying to fight off P2P, never mind trying to make it a crime,                         music labels are gradually looking back  to it as a potentially...
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#2

Sounds good 2 me.


#3

I really don’t see this going anywhere, DRM infested and having to watch ads, double whammy. I’m honestly expecting the labels are going to make you watch atleast 3 ads per track, and 3 more ads everytime the track expires. Didn’t companies offer ‘free’ long distance the same way? That didn’t take off, and neither will this.


#4

The industry just doesn’t get it. People don’t want a product with restrictions and crap attached that comes on like a con or a ball and chain. Maybe they should stop trying to educate the public and spen a little time listening. Wow! What a concept!


#5

so if I had alot of time on my hands, I could sit and wait for ads, and download a free song. If I had even more time, I could simply record the drm song during playback, even if it was to a lesser audio format…its still free!!!