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More Music Industry News: Facebook, Free Music, Spotify, Cyber Monday, 7Digital, P2P In Japan & More

  • image from www.unomaha.edu Facebook eliminates regional networks, tops 350 million users. (VentureBeat) Yahoo is also deepening its relationship with Facebook. (NY Times)
  • "Can Music Be Free?" Music Ally takes a week long look.
  • Spotify has denied reports that it could soon be launching its music-streaming service on video games consoles. (Telegraph UK) Forrestor's Mark Mulligan tweeted yesterday that it is in the works. "Bet Music Choice is thrilled." Osca r Stol has joined Spotify as CTO bringing a background in mobile monetization.
  • Cyber Monday Music: The Biz Waits For Cyber Week After Christmas Instead. (Billboard)
  • 7digital opens MP3 download stores in Finland and Norway. Partners at launch include Spotify, Last.fm and AOL’s Winamp. 7digital now live in 16 countries. (press release)
  • A Decade In Review: David Stubbs Asks Whatever Happened To Pop? (Quietus)
  • image from corp.aol.co.uk Scott Perry of the always informative New Music Tipsheet has added online TV star to his resume with AOL's Spinner's New Music Minute.
  • Study: Terrestrial Radio Still Dominates Listening. (FMQB)
  • Japan sinks P2P pirates - Rights orgs, police arrests 10 users of Share software. (Variety)
  • Bogota Columbia based Yimup is offering a suite of online music sales and marketing tools.(press release) More confirmation that music industry innovation is happening everywhere.


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