allows you to share your listening habits and discover new music.

100% indie artists. actively supports the creation of music by independent artists, and only plays music that has been licensed freely.


Legally download and share any track.

Every song on is made by musicians who *want* you to share their music.

YuMe is a video advertising technology company that makes it easy for publishers to make money from their video content and for advertisers to reach audiences in a powerful way.

Publishers use our ACE Video Ad Management platform to make their content more valuable by matching the right ad to the right viewer at the right time. Advertisers love us because we deliver high quality video content at scale, unmatched audience targeting and ad campaign performance that maximizes ROI.

ScanScout connects advertisers with their target consumers in relevant, engaging, and brand safe video environments. The Web's largest video ad network, we reach nearly 130 million unique viewers per month, employing our own award-winning technology to deliver optimal results against any kind of brand metric.

PureVolume is a website for the discovery and promotion of new music and emerging artists. Each artist has a profile that typically contains basic info, updates, photos, shows and music for streaming. Artists have the option of making each of their songs available for free download. Listeners and fans can also create profiles to interact with artists and each other, as well as track and share music they like.

There are Klingons off the starboard bow, starboard bow, starboard bow. It's worse than that, he's dead Jim, he's dead Jim. It's life Jim but not as we know it, not as we know it. We come in peace, shoot to kill, shoot to kill.

on thesixtyone, new artists make music & listeners decide what's good

After a rough quarter which suggested that the variable-track pricing record labels fought so hard for was hurting digital sales, Warner Music Group has announced that it will no longer be licensing its music to services that offer free streaming. Warner hasn't specifically spelled out if that will apply to current deals with services like, Spotify, and Pandora, or just to future deals, but it could put a damper on them if artists like REM, Death Cab for Cutie, and T-Pain were no longer available on those services.

YouTube's biggest challenge figures to be a familiar one: persuading movie studios to make their digital rentals available at the same time the films are released on DVDs and Blu-ray discs. The studios aren't keen on that particular idea, partly because selling DVDs and Blu-ray discs is so profitable.

Mobbler is a radio player and scrobbler for Symbian smartphones. It allows you to listen to your radio stations and to scrobble tracks played using the standard music player.

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