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  1. Radiohead's 'King of Limbs' Offered in Premium 24-Bit FLAC Format by 7digital

    March 28, 2011 8:16 AM EDT On Monday 7digital debuted Radiohead's "King of Limbs" in high definition 24-bit FLAC format, the first for a major artist in this premium format. It is priced at £8.99 in the UK and $11.99 in the US, and is available in 30 other te ...

  2. Digital Briefs: Sony, HMV, MixRevolution, AOL

    December 19, 2007 12:00 AM EST - Sony Electronics has teamed up with HMV stores to offer anyone buying Walkman-branded MP3 player a free three-month trial of the HMV digital music service. The promotion does not include Walkman branded phones, however. - MixRevolution.com is a ...

  3. Universal To Release First Int'l UMDs

    November 03, 2005 12:00 AM EST New titles from 50 Cent, Scissor Sisters. Universal Music Group is releasing internationally this week its first two titles on the Universal Media Disc format. The two UMD titles are 50 Cent's "The Massacre - Special Edition" and Sc ...

  4. Universal To Release First Int'l UMDs

    November 03, 2005 12:00 AM EST Universal Music Group is releasing internationally this week its first two titles on the Universal Media Disc format. The two UMD titles are 50 Cent's "The Massacre - Special Edition" and Scissor Sist Universal Music Group is releas ...

  5. Warner Home Video Preps UMD Titles

    November 01, 2005 12:00 AM EST Becomes last major studio to release on the format. Warner Home Video will become the last major studio to release titles on the Universal Media Disc format starting next month. Its first UMDs—which are only playable on Sony’s PlayStation Portable ...

  6. Rockstar Nabs 'Driver,' Enters Film Distribution

    September 27, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Rockstar Games, the game publisher best known for its controversial and best-selling "Grand Theft Auto" franchise, has entered the film business with a new R-rated documentary, "Sunday Driver." (The Hollywood Reporter) -- Rocks ...

  7. Sony, Nintendo Unveil New Portable Hardware

    May 11, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Sony and Nintendo each debuted new handheld video-game systems during respective Electronic Entertainment Exposition (E3) press conferences today (May 11) in Los Angeles. Sony and Nintendo each debuted new handheld video-game systems during respec ...