eMusic, one of the original and possibly the best digital music service, is planning to open its doors in a further 25 countries, according to MusicAlly. Focusing maninly on an independent and alternative catalogue, eMusic has maintained a policy of using MP3 as its format of choice as well as being the first to move with ideas such as dual purchase i.e. mobile and computer at the same time.

It’ll be fascinating to see how well it competes on the international stage. At least, it really has something diffrent from the other major DMS but is there a big enough market for their limited range of catalogue? Certainly, there is a hardcore of users in the US (plus some international users) who buy often and widely from the DMS.

A classic case of wtahc this space …