bizjournals.com Target to launch digital music service Wednesday July 6, 4:01 pm ET Target Corp. is close to rolling out a digital music subscription service, according to Forbes. The Minneapolis-based discount retailer will offer single-track music downloads similar to those offered by Apple Computer's iTunes store. But the service will offer unlimited music downloads for a flat monthly fee similar to the service offered by companies such as Napster. Target's music service will offer a "tethered" service, that only allows the music to be played on users' personal computers, and a "portable" service, that allows users to transfer tracks to their digital music players. The portable service will not be compatible with the popular iPod music player. The service will reportedly cost between $6.99 and $14.95 a month.