Musicbrigade, the Stockholm, Sweden-based digital content aggregator, has struck a pan-European content deal with Sony BMG.

Musicbrigade, the Stockholm, Sweden-based digital content aggregator, has struck a pan-European content deal with Sony BMG.

Through the pact, Musicbrigade will be enabled to deliver audio and video content from the major's repertoire, via its subscription-based and a la carte digital music offerings.

The agreement is a 10-territory extension to an existing deal between the two firms, which originally covered just Norway and Sweden. Countries catered to under the new deal include the United Kingdom, Germany and France.

Simon Gooch, senior VP of content and programming at Musicbrigade comments, "We see this deal as part a deeper relationship with Sony BMG as the digital market matures and enables us to explore new forms of distribution together."

Musicbrigade opened for business in 1999 as a video-only streaming service. The company now boasts a catalog of more than 13,000 videos licensed to stream or download, and access to a library of a further 50,000 videos. The company last month clinched a pan-European content deal with EMI Music. Musicbrigade and Sony BMG have worked together since 2000.