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Scour sets sights on Internet radio

Written by Jari Ketola @ 17 Jul 2001 11:48

Scour.com, the company known from the promising peer-to-peer application Scour Exchange, brought down by numerous lawsuits, has turned its focus to Internet radio.
Scour will launch three Internet radio stations today in association with RadioCentral. The stations will be offering music for hip hop, electronic, and rock music listeners.

Scour shut down it's file-sharing service last November and was acquired by CenterSpan in December. With the Internet radio service Scour tries to recover from the legal troubles it ran into with Scour Exchange, and aims attract more customers.

Under the terms of the deal Scour will pay RadioCentral a monthly fee for the development and operation of its online radio services. The analysts see the deal beneficial for both parties.

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