June 30, 2008 8:51 AM PDT

A digital music store that sells more than MP3s

A digital music store that sells more than MP3s
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Hot Topic, a chain of stores that sells clothing and accessories inspired by music and pop culture, plans to start a digital music store called ShockHound.

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Low profit margin? Digital Duplicates for Free. The Cost of production is virtually zero. The only reason profit margins could possibly be low is if overhead is so high that a record company has to charge 98 cents a song to cover it. Of course if they sold 4 times the songs at half the price that would change and profitiability would increase dramaticly.
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