The Appetizer Sony is launching a new cloud-based service titled Music Unlimited for a wide range of Sony devices, but initially starting with Playstation 3 consoles.Â TheÂ service will allow for users to stream millions of songs to their selected device for a monthly fee.
The Appetizer WebTechies, an Itunes App Store developer, has developed a series of Song Collection Apps that enable users, for the price of only the App itself (as low as $1.99), to have access to a collection of materials, in particular music from a respective artist.Â
The Appetizer BoomDizzle.com,Â a social networking platform owned by legendary hiphop artist LL Cool J, “connects new artists and allows them to collaborate, produce, and sell their own music from the site.”Â
The Appetizer Warner Music Group signed a content partnership with Hulu.Â Through the agreement, Hulu with present artists’ pages that features their music and videos.
The Appetizer Since the rise of the internet, the music industry as we know it has been suffering, largely due to its reluctance to take the development of music downloading seriously when it first appeared to the general public.Â They did not make the investment during the early years of digital downloading to develop any […]