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There is no need to start another streaming music service. Everything he claims is missing in the usual suspects are already available via YouTube and sites like You can find millions and millions of songs (and videos). fuhshnizzle already has something called shnizztv that serves recommended and related songs to whatever you are listening to and lets you have direct input in what you get to hear. Also, he will still run into the whole royalty issue that is killing Pandora and Spotify. YouTube already cut a great deal with the music industry and sites utilizing its API get the benefit - artists get paid, copyright infringers can get reported and the sites have a fighting chance to provide great product without need to push, push, push upsells.
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Like tubalr? Check out fuhshniZZle - it's tubalr on steroidZZ!
Toggle Commented Dec 3, 2012 on Tubalr for music discovery at I want to
Viva Mumford & Sons! Have you checked out the full Mumford & Sons multimedia discography at It's got every Mumford & Sons release with lyrics, YouTube videos and wikis! Keep on rockin' in the free world Mumford & Sons fans!
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Viva Cab Calloway! Have you checked out the full Cab Calloway discography at It's got every Cab Calloway release with lyrics, YouTube videos and wikis! Keep on rockin' in the free world Cab Calloway fans!
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2012 on Interview: Terry Teachout (Part 3) at JazzWax
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While tech Goliaths like Microsoft and Apple are trying to dominate the online music space the true story is the trend; young people are opting to get their music in online streaming format. As wifi and mobile phone plans experience Moore's law it is only a matter of a few years before the mp3 goes the way of the dinosaur and vinyl. YouTube has long ago realized this and they are leveraging the fact with their API which has enabled websites like to build streaming apps around the YouTube API that are YouTube Music centric. YouTube has cut deals with all the major players for revenue sharing and is courting new artists and becoming a viable alternative to the traditional label. We live in exciting times for multimedia and it will get far better as technology continues to obey Moore's law.
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Oct 15, 2012