Soribada

  1. Virgin Media: What Does 'Unlimited Music' Mean?

    January 21, 2010 12:00 AM EST Seven months after Universal Music signed up to Virgin Media's proposed all-you-can-eat MP3 service, the UMG exec behind the U.K. deal admitted there was a "philosophical debate" in the biz about the meaning of unlimited downloads. ...

  2. Soribada Gets OK For Legal P2P Service

    March 13, 2008 12:00 AM EDT Soribada, South Korea's top P2P music service provider, claims it has received approval from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to launch a legal subscription-based P2P music-download service May 1. A Soribada spokesperson explains t ...

  3. South Korea's Soribada Returns

    July 10, 2006 12:00 AM EDT Soribada, once South Korea's most popular P2P music service, is back in business. The company today (July 10) launched a new incarnation, Soribada 5, which offers both a subscription service for 3,00 Soribada, once South Korea's most pop ...

  4. South Korea's Soribada Returns

    July 10, 2006 12:00 AM EDT Soribada, once South Korea's most popular P2P music service, is back in business. The company today (July 10) launched a new incarnation, Soribada 5, which offers both a subscription service for 3,00 Soribada, once South Korea's most pop ...

  5. Korea's Soribada Gets New Lease On Life

    February 27, 2006 12:00 AM EST Soribada, South Korea's most popular file-sharing service, says it will be back online in March, four months after the Seoul District Court ordered it shut down. Soribada, South Korea's most popular file-sharing service, says it will be ...

  6. Korea's Soribada Gets New Lease On Life

    February 27, 2006 12:00 AM EST Soribada, South Korea's most popular file-sharing service, says it will be back online in March, four months after the Seoul District Court ordered it shut down. Soribada, South Korea's most popular file-sharing service, says it will be ...

  7. South Korean P2P Soribada 3 Shutters

    November 10, 2005 12:00 AM EST South Korean music producers have won another victory over the nation's leading file-sharing network, Soribada, which has shut down Soribada 3, the latest incarnation of its P2P software. Soribada 3 p South Korean music producers have won ano ...

  8. Korean Industry Clashes On MP3-Capable Mobile Phones

    June 21, 2004 12:00 AM EDT The Korean Assn. of Phonograph Producers (KAPP) is threatening legal action to stop sales of the new MP3-capable mobile phones introduced by Seoul-based carrier LG Telecom. SEOUL -- The Korean Assn. of Phonograph Producers (KAPP) is threatening le ...