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Listen.com To Allow CD Burning: Listen.com has signed new licensing deals with Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group for its Rhapsody…

Listen.com To Allow CD Burning: Listen.com has signed new licensing deals with Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group for its Rhapsody music subscription service. The new deals give consumers the ability to burn tracks on a pay-as-you-go basis (99 cent per song), in addition to paying a monthly subscription fee of $9.95.

Next week, Listen.com will also launch a new version of Rhapsody, which will provide access to their personal music collections from any PC with an Internet connection, another big step in un-tethering the music industry.

Pressplay, owned by Sony and Universal, also offers portable downloads, though at higher price points and more restrictions. MusicNet is yet to offer CD burning as an option.

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