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  1. Business Matters: MP3 Stores Harder to Find as Google Search Removal Requests Accumulate

    February 04, 2013 8:07 PM EST Legitimate MP3 links are becoming harder to find even as the RIAA has sent more than 3,400 removal requests to Google relating to approximately 10 million specific URLs from its search results. Legal stores like Amazon and Myxer, as well as lega ...

  2. How Spotify, SoundCloud Changed the Way Blogs Talk About Music at New Music Seminar

    June 18, 2012 2:38 PM EDT Is Spotify killing the album review? That question and other issues like rights clearances and Mp3 hosting platforms were explored in a panel, "Music Blogs: Discovering The Best New Music," at the New Music Seminar Monday. "Music cr ...

  3. Altered Zones, DIY/Indie Blog Collective, Shutters After 16 Months

    November 30, 2011 6:45 PM EST This afternoon, DIY and indie fans are mourning the loss of the Pitchfork-associated blog collective Altered Zones, whose founders posted a farewell message to the site this afternoon, citing new endeavors. The site was a mere 16 months old, but b ...

  4. Biz's App of the Month: Hype Machine Radio

    June 01, 2011 12:32 PM EDT Action shots of the The Hype Machine Radio app. Sometimes you just don't know what music you want to listen to. Searching through your music library can be like scrolling through the hundreds of channels available on your premium cable TV pla ...

  5. This Week In Apps: Hype Machine Radio, Moby, Numark's iDJ

    May 13, 2011 1:55 PM EDT Hype Machine Radio Music blog aggregator The Hype Machine put out its long-awaited mobile app that pretty much recreates the company's online music streaming experience on their mobile phones. The Hype Machine broadcasts a playlist (or Intern ...

  6. New Streaming Site Shuffler Targets Indie Crowd

    August 23, 2010 12:00 AM EDT The recently launched Amsterdam-based music streaming site Shuffler offers a new take on Internet radio and music discovery. It's not necessarily the next big thing, but it's definitely a fun way to listen to new music. Tim Heineke and f ...

  7. @SXSW: The Expansive Reach Of Music Bloggers

    March 16, 2010 12:00 AM EDT Panel : "The State of Music Blogs" Participants : Jesse Ervin (EMI/Capitol), Nicole Poulos (Sideways Media), Greg Swan (Perfect Porridge), Tessa Horehled (Drive a Fast Car), Nathan Wright A panel of music bloggers (and one record label m ...

  8. Briefs: Pandora, Hype Machine, Joel Guzman

    July 01, 2009 12:00 AM EDT -- A few weeks ago, Pandora changed its music submission policy to require artists to submit a CD that is for sale at Amazon.com - that means it must have a barcode and be a part of the $29.95-per-year Amazon Advantage Program. Seems like a fair q ...

  9. UMG Backs Buzznet

    April 17, 2008 12:00 AM EDT Social media site Buzznet confirmed rumors that Universal Music Group is a new investor in the company. The two revealed today that UMG has taken an equity stake in the growing site in return for providing content and access to artists. The amount ...

  10. Buzznet Network To Acquire Idolator

    April 14, 2008 12:00 AM EDT Music-based social network Buzznet is buying music blog Idolator. Buzznet recently acquired music blog Stereogum, making Idolator the second such acquisition since it secured $25 million in new funding, reportedly contributed in part by Universal ...

  11. BuzzNet, Stereogum Prep Launch Of New Blog

    April 03, 2008 12:00 AM EDT Fresh off a $25 million infusion of financing and the full acquisition of influential music blog Stereogum , social networking service BuzzNet will now launch a new entertainment blog dubbed Videogum, expanding from its original music focus into p ...

  12. RCRD LBL'S NW MDL

    November 21, 2007 12:00 AM EST At first glance, newly launched "digital record label in a blog format" RCRD LBL doesn't look much different from any other music blog. It's slicker, but it also shares plenty of the trappings of sites like Stereogum and Fluxbl ...