MySpace is Interested in Music Service: iLike Message Aloud and MP3 Download


By the News Corporation-run Social Network MySpace negotiated according to a newspaper report in the online music service iLike on a takeover. With the completion of a possible transaction could still be expected this week, reports the Wall Street Journal, inaugurated by invoking circles. The U.S. company is Ticketmaster since 2006 to 25 percent of iLike involved.
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On iLike users can listen to music on social networks like Facebook or Bebo music recommendations and iTunes compatible playlists and share about upcoming concerts of their favorite informed. The Service has indicated that it has more than 50 million registered users. The iLike Sidebar is in Apple’s iTunes software and Microsoft’s Windows Media Player Embed.

MySpace fell in recent months, especially compared to its rival Facebook to fall behind. In June it was announced that almost one in every three jobs should be deleted. Remaining 1150 employees. During the month of MySpace counted 68.4 million individual visitors, less than 6 percent a year earlier. Facebook, however, was in the same period, the number of individual visitors to 77 million more than doubled.


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