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Sony BMG inks new mobile media deal

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 21 Feb 2008 16:55 User comments (2)

Sony BMG inks new mobile media deal Sony BMG has announced that it had signed a deal with Thumplay that will add another 7000 pieces of content to the growing mobile media service.
Currently the service offers 80000 ringtones, games, music videos, and wallpapers among its other content. The new content will be from artists and will be in many of the before mentioned categories.

"This deal reinforces Thumbplay's position as the leading U.S. provider of mobile content to consumers who are looking to discover and manage their personalized mobile entertainment experience,"
CEOI Are Traasdahl said in a statement.

Thumbplay is distributed through sites such as Qloud, MSN Mobile, and AOL and there are about 2000 different devices compatible with the service.

The service already has deals with EMI, Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures, Walt Disney, and Universal Music Group accounting for most of its 80000 pieces of content.

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2 user comments

19.4.2008 20:22

Another one to join the never ending growing digital music market.

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