cdanteek Posted March 19, 2008 Report Share Posted March 19, 2008 Until now, Apple has scoffed at the idea of music subscriptions. Steve Jobs, its chief executive, has said that people want to own, not rent music. The company declined to comment. One impetus of the change has been a campaign by Doug Morris, the chief executive of Universal Music Group, to find a way to sell music subscriptions. A key concept is that instead of charging people a monthly fee, the price of music could be bundled into a device. Apple mulls unlimited music bundle Apple Will Listen to Universal’s Music Subscription Pitch Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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