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Jango hits new milestone

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 15 Jan 2008 22:19 User comments (1)

Jango hits new milestone Jango, the "social jukebox" internet radio site which launched as a public beta in November 2007 has announced today that they have hit a new milestone, one million users.
In order to continue the fast growth, the company has released its long promised Jango jukebox embeddable widget. The widget includes a "scrolling repertoire of artists and continuous free stream of music in a simple skinnable form." The company will also be releasing a Facebook application version of the widget soon.

So far legal constraints have prevented many popular artists from appearing on the site but the company hopes that increased user participation will bring the absentee musicians in. There are however, some artists that do not even sell their media digitally meaning Jango is the only place to legally find samples of their music.

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115.2.2008 16:48

Wow is this supposed to be a new frontier.

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