Roxio/Napster boosts revenue targets

Roxio/Napster boosts revenue targets

Roxio today elevated its 4th quarter 2004 revenue guidance stating strong interest in its music service and software items.

The organization revealed it wants its Napster division to determine $5.5 million revenues Up from $3.6 within the third quarter. The business’s software revenues will also be likely to climb, from $15.two million in Q3 to $26 million in the present quarter.

Napster Chief executive officer Chris Gorog stated: “Since online music marketplace is just starting to develop, we anticipate seeing ongoing consecutive growth out of this division as growing figures of shoppersInch use online music services.

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3 comments on “Roxio/Napster boosts revenue targets”

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  2. IonicPaul

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  3. T1

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