Mark Cuban has a great post on how nice it would be to be able to fill up mp3 players with 30-100 GB of great content and listen to our hearts content.
Not only is there a problem with the “statutory mechanical royalty rate” per song that makes this prohibitively expensive, but one of my companies tried to pre-load other content (audio books for which it has rights) onto iPods last year only to find that when customers configured the iPod for their computer system they lost everything that had been pre-installed.
So there are licensing limitations and technical limitations.
Does anyone know if any mp3 player manufacturer has overcome the technical problems with pre-loading content?
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