Rhapsody, an online subscription music company-turned MP3-download service, is spending $50 million in marketing to take on #1 retailer iTunes, offering DRM-free songs online and working with such partners as Yahoo Inc and Verizon Wireless. Since Rhapsody will sell its songs in the MP3 format, iPod users will now have a choice of where to purchase music. Rhapsody is hoping iPod users will opt for a DRM-free choice.
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