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Behind the music: What will Google's new music service mean for artists?

Saturday September 18, 2010 at 1:55pm
Google's forthcoming download store is much anticipated – but will artists get a fair share of royalties? It doesn't look promising  - Media Source: Guardian

Rumours that Google will launch a music service have been circulating for a while. So, what will this long-anticipated product, expected to be released at the end of the year, look like? It appears we've come one step closer to finding out. Billboard reported this week that the internet giant is circulating a proposal among major labels for an a la carte download store and a subscription-model, cloud-based storage locker, with the company supplying a web-based music player and a mobile application for playback of tracks.

The download store will operate in a conventional manner (though there's no mention of price at this time), though the company wants customers to View complete article from Guardian
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