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Examples of companies distributing audio files in a zipped format

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I've got a client who's a little gun shy on offering mp3 files in a zipped format simply because they're thinking more in terms of iTunes and Amazon etc.

I've encouraged them to use a zipped format just because of the way in which the download process becomes so much more intuitive. While they're open to that, they want to see some examples and I thought I would run this up the flagpole because, honestly, apart from things I've built for small businesses, I can't think of anything. When it comes to audio files, I'm iTunes and that's it.

So, can anybody point me to a vendor that distributes audio files in a zipped format so I can demonstrate that this is a viable approach or am I barking up the wrong tree?

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