mSpot, a mobile music service has signed a deal that will see content from CBS Radio and Last.fm added to its streaming music channels that it delivers for various wireless operators. mSpot’s mobile application enables users to stream participating radio channels through their phones, which to date also include content from Clear Channel Radio couple with labels such as Sony Music and Universal Music Group. The new deal adds more than 100 local radio stations, plus the personalised stations created by Last.fm users. Operators using the service include AT&T Mobility, Sprint and Verizon Wireless.

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