TiVo, US pioneer of the digital TV recorder, has announced a partnership with digital music service Rhapsody. Under the tie-up any broadband connected TiVo digital TV recorder will be able to access Rhapsody's digital music catalogue.
"By adding music to our portfolio of broadband offerings, TiVo is the only universal entertainment provider in the living room," said Tom Rogers, CEO and president of TiVo.
"Since the beginning, TiVo has been focused on the principle of choice and control, giving our users the ability to experience TV on their terms. Together, TiVo and Rhapsody have extended the personal viewing experience on TiVo into music, providing consumers with an incredibly easy way to access their favorite artists from their television set."
"We're thrilled to bring Rhapsody into the heart of the living room with TiVo," said Rob Glaser, chairman and CEO, RealNetworks, which in partnership with MTV Networks, owns and operates Rhapsody.
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