Universities to Start Digital Music Services?

Seems like a bright idea in theory: a song is a song is song, whoever you buy it from. Graham Spanier, president of Pennsylvania State University, wants colleges to license songs and charge students to listen to them online. He has proposed that schools increase each student’s tuition or fees by perhaps a few dollars in exchange for unlimited listening, though the ability to burn songs onto a CD might cost extra.

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