Digital Music Trends Podcast

Posted by | June 22, 2010 | 974 views

Episode 51: This week Andrea Leonelli interviews Juuso Vermasheinä, CEO and co-founder of Gigswiz.com – a music start-up based in Helsinki. In the news: more drama at Myspace as the company loses a co-president. Google my be preparing to roll out a new music service. UK Supermarket giant Tesco rumoured to be developing a music locker service due to launch soon. A coalition of publishers sues Limewire to get a seat at the table in case of settlement negotiations. Sonicbids acquires ArtistData. And finally, Guvera reveals its latest user figures.


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