eMusic, the subscription music download service for discerning fans, has reported no growth in users during the past four years. The admission comes from eMusic CEO Adam Klein in an interview with Billboard. (A separate article in Digital Music News places the figure at 400,000 subscribers. “There’s been no growth”, Klein told Digital Music News. “Nor did we predict growth for the company’s member numbers.” Average revenue per user, however, is up 22% during the past six months, thanks in part to more major label music but also to changes in pricing and user interface.

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