April 8, 2009

iTunes' New Pricing Structure

The record labels have persuaded iTunes into a new pricing structure, with hit songs going for as high as $1.29 and older tracks going for as low as .69.

But only the Baby Boomers and older generation X'ers pay for music. Everyone else gets it for free.

Record labels are still trying to squeeze every penny out of their catalogs instead of paving the way for the future.

How about a Universal or Sony/BMG music player or music player phone that streams their entire catalog, with the cost of the streaming and music licensing built right into the price?

That still wouldn't be the future, that would be them finally catching up with the present.

Wishing you continued success!

Cristopolis Dieguez

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