August 7, 2006, 12:00 AM

Yahoo plays a new tune with its Yahoo Music service

Yahoo Inc. is combining features of its Yahoo Music Engine and Musicmatch Jukebox digital music services to introduce the new Yahoo Music Jukebox, the company says.

Paul Demery

Managing Editor, B2B E-commerce

Yahoo Inc. is combining features of its Yahoo Music Engine and Musicmatch Jukebox digital music services to introduce the new Yahoo Music Jukebox, the company says.

"This new version of the Yahoo Music Jukebox enables our users to take advantage of the combined strengths of the Yahoo Music Engine and the Musicmatch Jukebox in one fully-integrated experience," says Dave Goldberg, vice president and general manager of Yahoo Music. "The merged product reflects the hard work of our engineering and product teams in building a best-of-breed media player for digital music fans."

The new Yahoo Music Jukebox offers a new audio equalizer and improved playlist and usability enhancements, Yahoo says. In addition, it will be offering Yahoo Music Jukebox Plus for $19.99 for premium features such as faster ripping and burning, custom CD printing and audio enhancements for imported MP3 files. The free Yahoo Music Jukebox gives consumers the ability to rip, mix, and burn CDs, as well as to import and manage music, and transfer music to portable devices, Yahoo says.

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