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Sony grooves on Digital Island

Sony Music Entertainment has struck a deal to use Digital Island's services on artist and label Web sites. Under the deal, Sony will use the Web hosting company's technology to stream audio clips and music videos in RealAudio, QuickTime and Windows Media Audio formats on its promotional Web sites in the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America, according to Digital Island. The announcement comes shortly after Cable & Wireless, a British communications company, acquired Digital Island.

Sony Music Entertainment has struck a deal to use Digital Island's services on artist and label Web sites. Under the deal, Sony will use the Web hosting company's technology to stream audio clips and music videos in RealAudio, QuickTime and Windows Media Audio formats on its promotional Web sites in the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America, according to Digital Island.

The announcement comes shortly after Cable & Wireless, a British communications company, acquired Digital Island.