The site is hailed as one of the fastest growing legal download sites on the internet to date which charges minimal fees. Imagine $35.00 for unlimited access to all the songs, TV shows and Movies of your choice through partnerships with media giants such as MSN Music, Napster, Yahoo Music, Real Rhapsody and Wal-Mart. The total amount of downloadable content is at 12 million and . . .
In my quest for legal downloads I stumbled on Legal Sounds. The website offers a legal way of getting music files from the internet. At this point, only iTunes has been the most popular and consistently used music download service. Legal Sounds requires users to download its proprietary Downloader and load up the application with the preferred balance using credit card . . .
More and more music services are opening up all over the world to cater to legal downloads. This could be partly due to the (major!) efforts of the recording industry to curb illegal downloading but it could also be due to more people seeing the benefits of legal downloading. Of course, we cannot discount the possibility of companies trying to gain some benefit (monetary and . . .
Everyone knows what happened in Haiti recently. The earthquake that hit them ruined the country and has brought so much suffering to the people. Even today as I write this post, countless Haitians are on the streets and still suffering. The international community has been quick to do what it could to help out but it seems that there can never be enough help doled out. . . .
The music industry is really trying to crack down hard on illegal downloading. Many things have been tried but there really does not seem to be a conclusive solution on the horizon yet. Virgin Media is now stepping in and is going to try its hand at it. The Daily Record has the story: VIRGIN Media and Universal Music are to launch an unlimited legal download subscription . . .