Adelphia Communications Corp. is dancing its way out of bankruptcy.

NEW YORK (The Hollywood Reporter) -- Adelphia Communications Corp. is dancing its way out of bankruptcy.

The Denver-based cable operator said June 9 that it will launch Adelphia Music, a monthly online service for its high-speed Internet subscribers, for $7.95 a month.

Adelphia Music will be offered through MusicNet, a digital music service provider that offers about 1.5 million music choices from major and independent labels.

The company said subscribers can also access music videos and editorial playlists, which they will have the option to purchase permanently.

"Adelphia Music enhances the value of our high-speed Internet service by making it affordable, safe and fun for our customers to find their favorite music or discover new music online," said Jeff Turner, Adelphia high-speed Internet marketing director.

Adelphia also will launch a second subscription plan for another $9.95 per month called Adelphia NetPak. It will include games, greeting cards, clips from CNN.com and local weather from weather.com.

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