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BurnLounge gone?

BurnLounge, which once operated a multilevel marketing scheme around Web-based music promotion, appears to have gone offline.

By June 3, 2008


BurnLounge followup

Saying that its network marketing scheme was "not integral to its business," BurnLounge will focus on its free service.

By June 25, 2007


FTC weighs in against BurnLounge

According to a news report, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has filed suit against online music promotion company BurnLounge, calling it a "pyramid scheme."

By June 14, 2007


Music hub BurnLounge releases new version, social networking features

Next iteration of customizable music stores.

By March 14, 2007


Jango Airplay: Pay-for-play isn't effective

Pay-for-play has been around ever since the first kid in a garage wanted a quick and easy way to become a rock star. It never works.

By March 6, 2009


BustedTees offers sales commission through Facebook app

The snarky t-shirt retail site, owned by CollegeHumor's parent company, has created a Facebook application so that users can earn a cut of the revenue when people buy merchandise through their profiles.

By October 23, 2007


Why Amazon could succeed where others have failed

The name "AmazonMP3" says it all: the e-commerce giant is the first to launch an MP3-based commercial store that includes major label titles.

By September 25, 2007


Getty buys Pump Audio

Getty Images has entered the music licensing business.

By June 20, 2007


I'm not inclined to take a hit of Hoooka

New MySpace music and video widget service.

By March 9, 2007


Start-ups let fans sell music online

Hoping that listeners can best market their favorite songs, companies let anyone be an iTunes.

By August 16, 2005