Rhapsody Adds Music Service to Tivo

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Subscribers to TiVo, the maker of set-top digital video recorders, will now be able to listen to music through their televisions, The Associated Press reported yesterday. TiVo is joining with Rhapsody America, a subscriber music service that offers streaming Internet access to more than four million songs, to allow TiVo customers to listen to that music through their televisions sets. The Rhapsody service will cost $12.99 a month, in addition to TiVo charges. The deal is one of several recently completed by TiVo, whose subscription total dropped to 4.2 million in the second fiscal quarter, from 4.4 million a year ago. The company has also joined with Amazon.com for movie downloads and with Yahoo for sharing photographs. [NYTimes.com]

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