The social music suggestion site has inked a deal with the major label, giving Last.fm legitimate access to stream Sony's entire catalogue to users of its site
Mozes will enable music artists to send text and voice messages to fans. No, this isn't spam, as hard-core fans are only sent messages they've asked for.
Download prices at Dada Entertainment aren't bad, but the selection leaves a lot to be desired.
We7 has inked a deal with major record label Sony BMG to add the music behemoth's entire back catalogue to the music site, for free, ad-supported streaming
Nokia customers get access to any Sony BMG song for a year, and they get to keep the songs forever. Is this the music model of the future?
Those irked by the company's rootkit snafu, take note: This music is "anonymously watermarked," so it can't be used to identify users or where the music was purchased.
BusinessWeek.com reports that Sony BMG will offer some of its collection free of copy-protection software in coming weeks.
A broader selection of the label's audiovisual content will be available on Yahoo Video, including for user-generated use.
New licensing agreement means that MySpace users can find music videos from Sony artists on the site
It's the first major label deal for the social music industry's latest enfant terrible, which has been hammered by lawsuits and seen its widgets banned from MySpace.