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News: Google Music Search: 3 Major Implications for the Music Business
Posted on Sunday, November 08, 2009 @ 09:23:19 UTC
Topic: Internet

The Google music search endeavor is a partnership between Google, MySpace, Lala, and several others to make music search and discovery a primary feature of the Google experience. And in fact, Google music search does more than just return a few track listings; it offers up audio streaming, one-click purchase options from iLike and Lala, and now even exclusive content from artists. As such, it has broad implications for the music space, and in this post we’ll explore three of the most significant implications and dissect how some of the industry’s current heavy hitters could be in for a wake up call. Complete Article





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