MySpace Music service goes live

Sep 25, 2008 | Uncategorized

MySpace has launched its new MySpace Music service with content from Sony BMG, EMI, Warner and Universal, writes Brand Republic. The service allows users to listen to free streamed content, buy MP3s and create music playlists. Users can search for music by artist, album or track title – songs are then played through an ad-supported […]

MySpace has launched its new MySpace Music service with content from Sony BMG, EMI, Warner and Universal, writes Brand Republic. The service allows users to listen to free streamed content, buy MP3s and create music playlists. Users can search for music by artist, album or track title – songs are then played through an ad-supported online music player which also provides links to buy tracks through Amazon’s mp3 music store.
Future developments will include links to merchandise and concert tickets as the service expands to offer a one-stop shop for music fans. The initial launch integrates four major sponsors: McDonald’s, Sony Pictures, Toyota and State Farm and currently features over 5m major, independent and unsigned artists.
Earlier this month MySpace also announced that it is working with Research In Motion to develop a Blackberry version of the social networking site.
From Brand Republic: http://www.brandrepublic.com, 25/09/2008
MySpace Music: http://music.myspace.com

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