The Associated Press reports that Penn State’s groundbreaking deal with Napster is over, and that starting next fall, the university will turn to Ruckus Network Inc. This new agreement will allow all enrolled students at the school’s 24 campuses to listen to the nearly 3 million songs available through the service. When Penn State announced the Napster deal in 2003, the partnership was the first of its kind. Now, the new agreement with Ruckus will help the school save money. Through the Napster deal, the university funded Napster in addition to the fee students paid for downloads. With Ruckus, students will have to still pay for downloads, but the school won’t bear any addition costs…

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