Napster U.K. is establishing a presence on British television through a deal with national terrestrial station Channel Four.
Napster U.K. has struck an alliance in which Toshiba will bundle the digital music service on a selection of its PCs.
Under the pact, unveiled today (April 7), Toshiba's Satellite Pro L10, Satellite P30, and Qosmio F10 multimedia notebooks come with Napster client software installed on their desktops.
Upon purchasing one of the computers, users are offered a free 30-day trial to Napster's subscription music service.
Since going live in the United Kingdom last May, Napster has forged a flurry of deals that give it a presence in such outlets as Britain's Post Office and Dixons electrical-goods stores. Napster will also extend its brand to television through a series of short music-related programs on national British network Channel 4.