RealNetworks last night claimed to have "more than one million subscribers" to its subscription music services.
These include its Rhapsody and Internet radio services. The figures include customers the company has achieved through its relationship with comcast.
"We've now crossed a critical mass milestone in digital music," said Rob Glaser, chairman and CEO of RealNetworks.
"We have the Number One digital music subscription business in America. Now, we're accelerating our growth by working with partners such as Comcast to make it really easy for consumers to get Rhapsody in entirely new ways," he said.
Real reveals its quarterly reveals on May 4 at 2pm PDT (10pm UK time). It achieved $76.6 million in revenues in its first quarter
RealNetworks plans a press conference to unveil what it claims to be a "revolutionary new initiative in digital music"during a free gig featuring Good Charlotte at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on April 26, 2005.