Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Talking with a mouth full: Warners in all you can eat talks

The music industry looks dead set on adopting a potentially calamitous piecemeal approach to all-you-can-eat pricing, with one label talking to a single ISP here, another cutting a deal with a mobile outfit there.

Warners, the Times is reporting, is talking to British mobile companies to bring a compelling 'as much music as you want, on tap, providing the artists were on Warners at the time they recorded it' proposition to the table.

Can anyone suggest if £3 a month for all of Sony-BMG's back-catalogue is a better deal than, say, £1.50 a week for EMI and Warners?

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