UK startup Roostie is about to come out of beta with a service that aims to spotlight 3,000 talented artists. They’ll build profiles including audio, video, lyrics, photos, gig listings and biographies – just like MySpace in other words – but Roostie will filter artists by how many Facebook Likes they have before allowing them onto the site. “We are like an online management company for all the artists on Roostie – doing our best to put them in the limelight and get them the right attention, information and support,” says MD Rob Fisher. The site plans to make money through ads and sponsorship.  
Source: Guardian

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