Music industry says they can't move much lower than .99/song for downloads.

No surprise: “Currently, close to two-thirds of the 99 cent digital song price goes to labels and other copyright holders, leaving slim or even negative margins for the song stores themselves”


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0 Responses to Music industry says they can't move much lower than .99/song for downloads.

  1. Josh says:

    “Apple buyers tend to have higher incomes and greater technological sophistication than the PC audience as a whole,” Huh? Higher incomes…yeah, because that is what it takes to buy a Mac. Great technological sophistication? The reason one buys a Mac is if they have no technological sophistication….and more money than sense.

  2. The Bitsas says:

    Ouch, Macs are quite capable of doing many things better and more efficiently than PC’s.

  3. Josh says:

    I agree, they do have their strong points. I’d say my impression (which is based on very little) is that those who use Macs for the things it does better are the minority. The rest use them because they have the reputation of being easier to work with for the less technologically savy.

  4. sarah says:

    do not forget the elitist volvo/vw drivers that use macs because it’s “cool”…..

  5. Josh says:

    Hey now, we drive a volvo but prefer PCs…
    but i could see the connection…

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