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Yahoo! launches online music service

October 14, 2018
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Yahoo! has announced plans for a new online music subscriptionservice as well as an online music store allowing consumers to payfor individual song downloads. – (The Age — 11 May, 2005)
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Yahoo!’s new online music service, coming at less than half theprice of similar services, could shake up the sector and dealsevere blows to companies like RealNetworks, Napster and Apple,analysts say. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 12 May, 2005)
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Yahoo’s new cut-rate subscription service could put pricing squeeze on rivals, analysts say. (CNET News.com — 11 May, 2005)
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The Web giant’s new cut-rate subscription service could put pricing squeeze on rivals, analysts say. (CNET News.com — 11 May, 2005)
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Music download services crank up the volume, with newcomer Yahoo taking aim at market leader iTunes. (CNET News.com — 14 May, 2005)
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US internet giant Yahoo announced plans on Tuesday for a new onlinemusic subscription service as well as an online music storeallowing consumers to pay for individual song downloads. (Australian Financial Review — 11 May, 2005)
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Yahoo is starting an online music subscription service, competing against providers like Rhapsody from RealNetworks and Napster with lower pricing. (New York Times — 13 May, 2005)
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Yahoo plans to launch an early version of a new flagship music service this week, in hopes of capturing some of the online music momentum now held by Apple Computer, sources familiar with the plans say. (ZDNet Australia — 11 May, 2005)
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Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday said it was launching a new online music subscription service. (MSNBC — 11 May, 2005)
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Yahoo!, battling Google for search engine supremacy, joins battlewith Apple’s iTunes Music Store. – (The Age — 12 May, 2005)
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RealNetworks Inc., facing intense competition from file-swapping networks and from Apple Computer Inc., will give away 25 songs for free each month as part of a new service that seeks to entice music-lovers to pay for more tunes. (CNN — 15 May, 2005)
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