Only releases from EMI that are over 12 months old will be available to the service's users, as part of the deal that was announced today (Thursday).
Beatles' tracks are not, however, part of the deal and will remain exclusively on iTunes for the foreseeable future.
Initially launched as an independent-only service, eMusic has steadily signed deals with major labels, starting with Sony in Q3 2009. A deal with Warner Music followed in January 2010 while Universal signed up in ...
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