Nokia is diving into the music business down under.
I just read an article in an Australian publication about how the Finland based company is going in for the kill (Today: April 22) with a more expensive-than-itunes digital music store ($1.70 per song, $17.99 per album–AUS dollars) and a subscription based service where they charge $10/month for all-you-can-eat music. The thing is, the songs disappear if you stop paying the subscription. I don’t know if that’s going to fly or not. We shall see.
Apple definitely has something up their secretive sleeves and they’ll be watching Nokia like a hawk down under.
The world of music is changing yet again!
I leave you with a debate on the Pros and Cons of DRM (Digital Rights Management) featuring Gerd Leonhard (who we interviewed recently for our upcoming book).
Make Great Music,