"Defenders of the music business's decision to license a lower-price tier of HD audio at Apple and Amazon might point to the fact that these higher-price options simply weren't proving sufficiently popular... Music rightsholders might also suggest – and I'm guessing here – that some useful covert horse-trading has been going down, with Amazon or Apple somehow subsidizing or compensating the loss of a higher-price HD tier by other contractual means."
-- Tim Ingham, Founder of Music Business Worldwide

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