US startup Muziic has announced that its users have now streamed more than 250 million songs via its website, desktop client and mobile apps. The service pulls audio in from YouTube, and lets people build playlists and integrate them with the music stored on their computers. However, Muziic remains entirely unlicensed, so it hasn’t paid a cent to labels or publishers for those 250 million streams. Co-founder David Nelson tells TechCrunch that Muziic is “engaged in discussions with many groups” on the licensing side – it can probably expect those discussions to get more pointed following this milestone.

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