When it launched last summer, Onesheet was the new project from ArtistData founder Brenden Mulligan (Bulletin, 8-Jul-11). It helped artists create single sites pulling in content and data from a host of sources, from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to Songkick, Soundcloud and Bandcamp. Now, six months later, Mulligan has launched version 2.0 with a focus beyond music, taking in actors, comedians, filmmakers and other entertainment industry folk. There are also changes for musicians though, including: the ability to post more than one media player on a Onesheet site; more flexible links; and a cheaper Pro tier, which now costs $4.99 a month rather than $9.99. New sites to pull content from have been added too, including Rdio, Amazon MP3, Vevo, Official.fm and NoiseTrade.

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