Music licensing service Rumblefish says it now has more than 1m songs in its catalogue, which it claims makes it the largest pre-cleared music library in the world. It’s also double what the company had last year, representing rapid growth in the music available for its users to license. CEO Paul Anthony tells TechCrunch that the company is hoping to add more music from “iconic artists” as it builds scale, with its catalogue available for YouTube users to include in their videos, as well as (via an API) to users of creative sites and apps like Animoto and Socialcam. “We used to think of ourselves as more of music company, but now we’re providing more of a video service,” says Anthony.

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