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AMAZON GOES MOBILE
Amazon.com is expanding its digital music presence to the mobile realm by developing a version of its MP3 music store for Google’s Android mobile phone platform. The first phone compatible with the Android operating system is T-Mobile’s G1. The Amazon MP3 store is one of many applications designed for the new software, and T-Mobile is supporting the service. The mobile version of the Amazon MP3 store allows G1 users to browse and search the Amazon digital music store and listen to song samples via the T-Mobile network. All the music purchased will be DRM-free.
Lionsgate said in a regulatory filing Tuesday that it has amended its employment agreement with vice chairman Michael Burns. Under the changes, his term of employment is extended by a year to Sept. 1, 2011. The company also increased his base salary from $750,000 to $925,000 from September 2008 to September 2010. It will then rise to $950,000.
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