March 16, 2005, 12:00 AM

CinemaNow launches retail site for music videos

Adding another sales outlet to the growing market for digital entertainment products, video-on-demand retailer CinemaNow has launched WatchMusicHere.com as a retail site for downloads of music videos, the company said today.

Adding another sales outlet to the growing market for digital entertainment products, video-on-demand retailer CinemaNow Inc. has launched WatchMusicHere.com as a retail site for downloads of music videos, the company said today.

WatchMusicHere charges from $1.99 to $2.99 to download a permanent copy of a music video that can be played an unlimited number of times on a computer or TV or on any of several Windows-based portable devices from companies including Samsung and iRiver. The site launched with 75 music titles and is expected to offer more than 1,500 additional titles by December, CinemaNow says.

CinemaNow launched WatchMusicHere.com under agreements with content providers Warner Music Group and TVT Records. CinemaNow’s investors include Blockbuster Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Cisco Systems Inc.

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