UPDATE 2: Qtrax Launch Delayed As All 4 Majors Deny Deals
Latest News Updates From MIDEM

Tuesday's Music 2.0 Briefing: Ezmo Goes Mobile, imeem Buys Anywhere, Qtrax Quivers, WMG Earnings Call & Much More

> Online music player Ezmo has added a the capacity to listen to your music collection via mobile.

Emilogo_small_2 > EMI and PassAlong Networks have partnered to create ChristianDigitalStore.com a white label service to enable retailers, churches, brands and other organizations to create an online presences to sell digital downloads, books, bibles and more. (press release)

Imeem > Social networker imeem has acquired Anywhere.FM a service that enables fans to load their entire music library to the web, listen anywhere and share it with friends. (press release)

> Qtrax continues to get skewered in the press for its botched launch. But those that have tried the interface like it despite the lack of downloads.  We've got the latest here.

> The Tubes and Persuasions have signed digital distribution arrangements with Wolfgang's Vault. (press release)

> Swedish prosecutors are closing in on Pirate Bay. (InfoWorld)

> Live music has legs: Two articles point to strong new classical music scene in New York City (NY Magazine via Daily Swarm) and club scene in Boston (Globe)

Wmg > Warner Music Group will report financial results for the three months ending 12/31 on Wednesday and a conference call that morning at 8:30 a.m. ET. To access the conference call dial 800-857-2625 or 210-234-6601. The passcode for the call is "Warner Music." You can replay the conference call at 888-566-0618 or 203-369-3076. The call will also be available via webcast at www.wmg.com.

> Nebraska is considering a tax on downloads. (Omaha Herald)

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