MySpace May Roll Down It’s Own Music Player

November 9, 2008

in Internet,News

Back in september Myspace launched its music download service MySpace Music which was in collaboration with major music labels such as Warner, Universal and Sony. This music service from MySpace offered free music streaming, MP3 downloads, ringtones. But now MySpace is now looking to have it’s own music playing device.

Chris DeWolfe, the MySpace co-founder and Chief Executive said at a conference in San Francisco – “It’s possible” that MySpace, which recently launched a music joint venture with major music labels, could eventually build a device for listening to music.

DeWolfe also said that there are no immediate plans for this music player.



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