GMO vies for digital download of music

Atwood, Brett
May 1997
Billboard;05/17/97, Vol. 109 Issue 20, p57
Trade Publication
Reports that Global Music Outlet Inc. (GMO) is using an experimental technology developed by a division AT&T to sell digitally delivered music under the brand name Electric Records to home computer users. The technology debuts that preceded GMO's; Comments from GMO chief executive officer Anthony Stonefield; What the Internet site features to enable the download of a song; Information on the technology developed by Lucent Technologies.


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