If you pay for Thomson One you get the news service Reuters provides to the investment community. They don't give it away. Same with Bloomberg. You must have these advantages to make money. The news is there. It is up to yo to determine its value and if it will move the needle. Music service is not a needle mover. Nokia Theater has been a staple in the LA area for music for years. A good example of how to use these service to get valuable into is to know Nokia Theaters is offering up it's naming rights as Nokia is walking away. Addtional music news. Free music on nokia phones is a partnership with Sony, UMG, EMI, and Warner MG. Nokia makes not money unless the user signes up for paying service after the 12 month free service period. Oh yeah, the free music is huge, but you have to eventually pay for it. You did not think they were giving it away? This idea was born to stop Apples success. In europe it failed.