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Worldspace India to ‘export’ content

India’s reliable Business Standard magazine is reporting that “Worldspace India”, once it has its local output established, has plans “also to tap markets outside India and increase the number of…

Baidu signs deal with music labels

Baidu signs deal with music labels

Baidu, the Chinese Internet search company, has signed a deal with three major record labels allowing it to offer free music downloads to users. The deal represents a coup for…

Spotify goes Stateside

Spotify, the Swedish streaming music service, has finally announced that it will launch in the world’s biggest music market, the US. Spotify’s US launch has been dependent on signing deals…

Solaris Mobile signs up Italian pay-radio

Solaris Mobile, the JV between SES Astra and Eutelsat, has signed an agreement with Italian publishing giant Class Editori to launch a preliminary pay-radio service over Italy. The system will…

Arabsat wins Morocco bundle

Arabsat has added a Moroccan television and radio Bouquet on BADR-4, which means that Arabsat viewers in the Middle East and North Africa as well as large parts of Europe…

Virgin Media partners with Spotify

Virgin Media partners with Spotify

Virgin Media has partnered with Spotify to offer its customers the streaming service via its web, TV and mobile offering. The long-awaited partnership is the first deal Spotify has done…

‘Worldspace India’ to re-launch

An Indian radio broadcaster, Timbre Media, has linked with music label Saregama in an attempt to relaunch a Worldspace-type satellite radio service over India. It has hired ex-Worldspace staff and…

Worldspace: yet another year passes

Last Friday June 17th another tedious Motion was submitted to the Delaware bankruptcy court in the long-running, never-ending saga that is “Worldspace Inc. Et al (Debtors)” and its chapter 11…

Radioplayer 5.7m users

The first figures released by the UK’s Radioplayer reveal the Internet service has achieved 5.7 million unique users over a four-week period, generating 22.5 million listening sessions. Total listening hours…

Consumers demand music everywhere

Consumers demand music everywhere

Revenue growth in digital music dropped from 91 per cent in 2006 to 6 per cent in 2010, according to Parks Associates. While over 50 per cent of US broadband…