Sky And Universal Music Team Up For Online Music In UK

Posted: Jul 24 2008, 9:20am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:39am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment


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Sky is the largest pay TV provider in the UK and it announced that it was teaming up with the largest music publisher in the world, Universal, for an online music store. Sky will now compete directly against iTunes for the music lover’s money.

The service will require a monthly subscription says Tech Watch and users will be able to download unlimited tracks.

The tracks will be in MP3 format and will be playable on any device that supports the format from phones to iPods. The monthly cost of the service is unknown at this time.

Via TechWatch

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