Tuesday’s Music Briefing: MySpace, eMusic, Universal, Limewire & Much More



  • Universal
    Universal Music Group
    (UMG)  has appointed Jeffrey Harleston to Senior Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs (press release)
  • Activision‘s CEO has suggests that record labels should pay for game placement. (Billboard)
  • The new Nintendo may have an mp3 player and camera. (Game Daily)
  • Limewire
    The EFF tells the court to tread lightly when ruling on Limewire.  (ars)
  • Musik1.net debuts a variety of release campaign solutions. (press release)
  • Another music focused social networking site Babulous claims to have attracted 750,000 users in beta. (press release)
  • Queens NY indie VP Records grabs producer Lloyd ‘King Jammys’ James and his vast catalog. (Jamaica Gleaner)
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  1. I love myspace, you could say I’m a “MySpace addict” but one thing that really disappoints me is there music players. They only let you put 1 song on your profile page, now I don’t know about you but I write alot on my MySpace so by the time your done reading everything I wrote, the songs already played like 3 times in a row. I searched around but couldn’t fine any music players good enough to go on my MySpace. Either the code didn’t work or the colours were really ugly. Than I heard about this free site called “www.hypster.com”! It’s easy to make an account and add music to your playlists. You can upload your own or take from other users playlists. Not only that but, you can customize your music player to fit your profile colours! So check it out you won’t regret it! http://www.hypster.com
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