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In the music industry’s most significant endorsement to date of online file sharing, independent label Artemis Records has agreed to make its albums available for purchase on Kazaa, Grokster and two other peer-to-peer networks, reports LAT. New York-based Artemis is home to well-known artists such as […]

In the music industry’s most significant endorsement to date of online file sharing, independent label Artemis Records has agreed to make its albums available for purchase on Kazaa, Grokster and two other peer-to-peer networks, reports LAT. New York-based Artemis is home to well-known artists such as Steve Earle, the Pretenders and the late Warren Zevon.

How’ll it work: when a Kazaa user does a search on the network for Warren Zevon, the first results displayed will be authorized copies from Altnet. Those will be available for 99 cents per song or $9.99 for the entire album.

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  1. DRS’s Radley weblog Friday, February 13, 2004

    Record label licenses songs to internet

    New York based Artemis Records (list incldues Steve Earle, the Pretenders and the late Warren Zevon) ‘has agreed to make its albums available for purchase on Kazaa, Grokster and two other peer-to-peer networks’ (nth.octave).How’ll it work: when a Kazaa…

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