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Musica Legale

By 15 Maggio 2008Internet

Dopo il clamoroso evento della pubblicazione dell’album dei Radiohead del quale potete leggere qui, qualcosa si muove nel mondo delle major discografiche per una fruizione più semplice (e meno onerosa) del contenuto artistico-musicale.
Un esempio è il nuovo singolo dei Coldplay: “Violet Hill” che è rimasto liberamente scaricabile dall’home page del loro sito per una settimana.
Ancora più interessante il progetto di Nokia che punta a vendere telefonini con incluso nel prezzo un anno intero di download gratuiti di contenuto musicale.

Riporto un estratto dal comunicato stampa:

Nokia unveils “Comes With Music”
During the event the company announced Nokia Comes With Music, a revolutionary program that enables people to buy a Nokia device with a year of unlimited access to millions of tracks from a range of great artists – past, present and future. Once the year is complete, customers can keep all their music without having to worry about it disappearing when their subscription is over.
“We set out to create the music experience that people are telling us they are looking for – all the music they want in the form of unlimited downloads to their mobile device and PC,” said Anssi Vanjoki, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Multimedia, Nokia. “Even if you listened to music 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you would still only scratch the surface of the music that we’re making available. Comes with Music fulfils our dream to give consumers all the music they want, wherever they want it, while rewarding the artists who create it.”
The program will launch with Universal Music Group International, and Nokia is in discussion with the remaining major international labels.

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