Monday, September 17, 2007

EMusic, a Song-Download Site, to Offer Audiobooks - New York Times

Hmm... 

The company that has given Apple’s iTunes the most competition in the song-download arena will now compete with it in selling audiobooks, too.

Beginning tomorrow, eMusic, which is second to iTunes in music download sales, will offer more than a thousand books for download, with many of them costing far less than on iTunes. For example, “The Audacity of Hope,” read by author Barack Obama, will cost $9.99 on eMusic compared with $18.95 on iTunes. The retail price for a five-CD version of the same book is $29.95.

EMusic, a Song-Download Site, to Offer Audiobooks - New York Times

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