Billboard to track Net music downloads

By Julio Franco
Jul 2, 2003
  1. Billboard magazine is charting new territory this week, adding data for the first time on sales of Internet music downloads to its lists of top-selling albums.

    Nielsen SoundScan, which tracks retail music sales and is the source of Billboard's top music charts, will make data available Wednesday on music downloads sold at several digital-tunes services. These include Apple Computer's iTunes, Roxio's Pressplay, MusicNet, Liquid Audio and It also plans to track sales from the upcoming Napster service.

    Read more: CNet News.
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