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Acquired byVivendi
Date6/2001
TermsCash

General Information

Websiteemusic.com
Twitter@eMusic
CategoryGames/Entertainment
Employees
Founded1998

Offices

New York, USA
39 W. 13th Street
New York, NY
USA

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Acquisitions

Tunes.com, 12/1999 $130M

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eMusic

eMusic is a digital music service for independent-minded music lovers. eMusic Members sign up for a monthly subscription that allows them to discover, download and own more music for less.

eMusic also sells downloadable audio books from all major audio book publishers. For more information, visit http://www.eMusic.com/

eMusic is enrolled in Trustwave’s Trusted Commerce℠ program, which validates compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) mandated by all the major credit card associations. eMusic protects Member credit card information in accordance with payment card industry best practices.

Recent Milestones

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    eMusic added Scotty Mackenzie as Senior Vice President. (11/1/10)
    Posted 5/17/13 at 2:44am
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    eMusic added Adam Klein as CEO. (1/1/10)
    Posted 8/3/10 at 6:45pm
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    eMusic — eMusic Selects debuts, profiling and releasing little-heard music from the best unsigned bands. Over the years, honorees will include High Places, Best Coast, and Crystal Stilts. (1/1/08)
    Posted 7/9/12 at 11:35am
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    eMusic — eMusic U.K. and eMusic Europe launch (1/1/06)
    Posted 7/9/12 at 6:24am via facebook.com
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    eMusic — A rare live version of The Pixies’ “Here Comes Your Man” becomes the one-millionth track added to eMusic’s catalog. (1/1/05)
    Posted 7/9/12 at 6:23am via facebook.com
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    eMusic added David Pakman as President / CEO. (10/1/03)
    Posted 8/24/07 at 12:50pm
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    eMusic was acquired by Vivendi. (6/1/01)
    Posted 8/24/07 at 12:55pm
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    eMusic acquired Tunes.com for $130M. (12/1/99)
    Posted 5/1/13 at 9:11am via nytimes.com
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    eMusic — They Might Be Giants drops the first ever all-digital album, exclusively on eMusic (1/1/99)
    Posted 7/9/12 at 6:22am via facebook.com
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    eMusic added Andy Atherton as Director, Business Development. (1/1/99)
    Posted 5/11/13 at 12:29pm
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    eMusic added Reid Genauer as VP of Marketing.
    Posted 1/31/13 at 7:21am
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    eMusic added Bob Kohn as Founder.
    Posted 12/24/13 at 9:12pm
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    eMusic added Yancey Strickler as Editor in Chief.
    Posted 3/17/14 at 11:37am

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WebsiteeMusic.com
StageLive
Tags music-distribution

eMusic is a digital music service for independent-minded music lovers. eMusic Members sign up for a monthly subscription that allows them to discover, download and own more music for less.

eMusic also sells downloadable audio books from all major audio book publishers. For more information, visit http://www.eMusic.com/

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