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Similarities between an advertisement for MSN.com and a popular song have been discovered.
iHeartNewMusic is basically a customized version of Safari with links to music blogs. It's adequate, but music fans could compile their own lists for free.
Former music writer Jeff Leeds will take the helm of the editorial content at the social site, which has acquired music blogs like Stereogum and Idolator.
Alan Citron, a former journalist who most recently headed AOL's celebrity gossip outlet, will join the pop culture-centric social site as head of "special projects."
Music-focused social networks Imeem and Buzznet are also growing fast, Nielsen finds, and Facebook continues to grow, but not as quickly as one might expect.
They've been around almost as long as the Web, but lately they've made stunning gains in influence. Are they the new music labels?
Universal Music Group's catalog will be available to the pop-culture community, and the label's artists will have a deeper presence on Buzznet blogs.
Nick Denton, founder of the New York-based blog network, acknowledges tough economic conditions are a reason behind sale of three blogs: Idolator, Gridskipper, and Wonkette.
There are profiles, friend lists, and photo-sharing, but Buzznet CEO Tyler Goldman says he wants his company to be a big-media player, not the next MySpace. But is there a difference?
CNET News.com's Caroline McCarthy, a former record store junkie, freaks out over the fact that her favorite hometown music hub now has no relevant place in her life.