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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

BlogMusik Surrenders to Copyright Cops; Changes Name to Deezer

The renegade music streaming site, BlogMusik, is going the straight and narrow path after a brush with a French royalty collection agency.

By signing a deal with the SACEM, BlogMusik, or Deezer as it is now called, will be free and clear of all those pesky cease and desist letters and will have to share a portion of its revenues with the artists it infringes on.

deezer online music

The interface hasn't changed much; it's still as slick as before using an all Flash design. You can still search for popular songs, albums, and artists and play your favorite music over the Internet. The only difference is that Deezer can now be included in the list of free online music sites.

It's worth noting that unlike personalized music sites Pandora and Last.fm, you can play songs on-demand from Deezer instead of just getting "similar" songs.



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