BBC to Launch Music Download Store

BBC Worldwide, Auntie’s commercial arm, is developing a music download service, offering streamed for free and paid download works from its archive of music that bands have recorded for TV and radio in BBC studios. The Beeb’s radio and television music shows frequently feature live sessions recorded at BBC HQ, often of current singles, acoustic versions of popular tracks, or cover versions of other artists’ work. Radio 1’s Live Lounge is a popular destination for pop artists, not to mention the John Peel Sessions. And don’t forget the BBC has exclusive rights to broadcast Glastonbury

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