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Yahoo officially unveils Artist Pages on Yahoo Music

So, Yahoo Music has launched its new Artist Pages feature, aggregating content from a host of other music sites, including Pandora, Last.fm, YouTube, iTunes and Amazon.
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Mexico big for mobile music

We covered Mexico recently in the Music Ally Report, but the New York Times had an interesting piece on Friday looking at mobile music there too.
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Report: Yahoo Music to open up

The Wall Street Journal is claiming that Yahoo is about to announce a big new initiative for its music service, pulling together content from Amazon, iTunes and YouTube in a new area of its site called Artist Pages.
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YouTube to lose $471 million in 2009, says Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse has published a report claiming that YouTube will generate around $240 million in advertising revenue this year - up 20% from last year - but that cost of bandwidth, content licensing, ad-revenue shares, hardware...
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Now YouTube pulls music videos in Germany

Google has announced that it's pulling music videos from the German YouTube site, following the expiry of its licensing deal with local collecting society GEMA.
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Music Ally welcomes Spotify, YouTube and BigChampagne to The Great Escape

Music Ally has confirmed a number of leading international figures as part of its digital sessions at next month's Great Escape music convention in Brighton. The convention takes place from 14-16 May with all Music Ally...
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Motorola unveils its (wannabe) iPhone-killer

It's taken a while, but Motorola has taken the wrappers off its Evoke QA4, a touchscreen handset bearing more than a little resemblance to the iPhone.
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Kasabian giving away free MP3 track from new album

Kasabian have announced plans to give away `Vlad The Impaler', the lead-off track from their new album, for free.
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China blocks YouTube for a second time

YouTube has been blocked in China for a second time, a year after the first. That time, the cause was videos of Chinese police beating up Tibetan protestors, but YouTube says it has no idea what the cause is this time.
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More data on ad-funded music cannibalising sales

Buried in an article digging around the SpiralFrog collapse, CNET has some intriguing data supplied by an anonymous music industry exec.
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YouTube improves mobile application

If you're accessing YouTube from a Windows Mobile or Nokia smartphone, you can now do it through a downloadable application rather than the video-sharing sites' mobile internet site.
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Firefox mobile browser not so good for streaming media

Mozilla has released the first beta version of Fennec, its mobile browser (essentially it's the mobile version of Firefox).