Napster, data-storage developer Imation and accessories company Case Logic have teamed to sell Napster-branded products at Target stores in the U.S. Under multi-year licensing deals, blank CDs and DVD

Napster, data-storage developer Imation and accessories company Case Logic have teamed to sell Napster-branded products at Target stores in the U.S. Under multi-year licensing deals, blank CDs and DVDs from Imation and CD cases from Case Logic will be branded with the Napster "kittyhead" logo. The items will be available at Target starting Feb. 15.

Napster, a division of Roxio, says the products will be sold alongside prepaid Napster download cards and the Napster Burnpack software package. The latter will contain Napster 2.0 and Roxio's Easy CD & DVD Creator 6. Additionally, visitors to Target's Web site will be able to register for Napster's a la carte or subscription services.

In other news, Napster has announced a deal with Lawrenceville, N.J.-based technology company Digital 5, which creates wireless software for DVDs, televisions and stereos. The move will allow members of Napster's premium subscription service to stream music directly to their home entertainment systems.

It is not known when the Digital 5 services will become available to Napster users.