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Last.fm Suspends Three Subscriber Radio Stations

image from routenote.com Due to the complex and intensive process of licensing music, Last.fm is discontinuing several of their subscriber-only stations. As of November 17, 2010 users will no longer be able to stream lists of their loved tracks, ones they have chosen for a playlist, or those they have tagged.

Users will still have access to a list of their loved tracks, playlists, and personal tags, as well as, their ability to listen to global tag stations.

Last.fm is offering a refund to disappointed subscribers. Under these terms, the team at the site explains, “if your subscription started before we announced these changes and ends after the transition, you may be eligible for a refund.”

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