- The Orchard has struck a digital distribution deal with vintage blues label Vee-Jay Records, known for their early recordings of Little Richard, Jimmy Reed, The Staple Singers, John Lee Hooker, among others. The label specialized in Blues, Jazz, Gospel and R&B and was founded in 1953 by Vivian Carter and James C. Bracken.

- A Parks Associates study finds that even tech-savvy digital music fans don't use digital media adapters. Only 9% of U.S. Internet users with broadband connections have their stereo connected to their computers, and of them only 24% use either a wired or wireless adapter. The other 50% just connect their computer directly to the stereo using cables.