Analysts: Apple's iTunes Alters Digital Music Business

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Two months after Apple Computer launches its subscription-based iTunes Music Store, analysts praise the service and say it represents the future of music on the Internet. Many music fans and analysts say the service, which allows users to buy songs over the Internet legally for 99 cents, is a model for legal distribution of music online. Hear NPR's Rick Karr.

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