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Re: Google Aims to Make It Big in China With Music Giveaway
Posted by: Jeff Meisner 2008-08-07 23:21:14
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Search engine giant Google has launched a new music search service in China that enables users to legally download online music. Music OneBox, which is backed by some of the major global music labels, as well as Chinese basketball star Yao Ming, is available at Chinese music site Top100.cn. Google launched it with the intent of giving users an easy and legal way to obtain music -- and to give music labels and publishers a new channel for distributing, promoting and monetizing their content.


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Posted by: haelb 2008-08-08 09:42:31 In reply to: Jeff Meisner
A blogger in Beijing and www.mediascrums.com just reviewed the service. A bit of a different take that might be interesting to folks..
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