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Monday, 22 October 2007 22:46

Spiralfrog signs agreement with Sony

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Free music, but you must watch ads first


SpiralFrog,
the advertisement-supported music service limited to the USA and Canada, has stated that it has signed a licensing agreement to offer music from Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC via its Web site.

The move is to increase the extent of legitimate music downloads in its already sizeable database (close to 1 million songs). All of the songs are free to download, provided you have the patience to watch the advertising while the song is downloading.

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