(Adds details, CEO comment) NEW YORK, April 26 (Reuters) - Digital media company RealNetworks Inc. on Tuesday said it expanded its music service to allow fee-paying subscribers access to more than 1 million songs, and allows others to listen to 25 songs for free each month. The Seattle-based company, which operates the Rhapsody subscription music service, said that for about $15 a month, "Rhapsody To Go" subscribers can transfer an unlimited number of song downloads to compatible ...
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