Tuesday, July 29, 2008

More on eMusic's Renovation

Last week, we mentioned eMusic's new look. Well, Eliot Van Buskirk at Listening Post (Wired's music blog) has some more details:
Subscribers can now embed eMusic album art and song samples on Del.ici.ous, Digg, Facebook, StumbleUpon, Twitter and 13 similar sites, with others apparently set to be added soon.

In addition, eMusic album pages now include links to YouTube videos of bands playing live, photos of artists on Flickr and links to bands' Wikipedia pages. Users will be able to interact with Flickr and YouTube without leaving the eMusic site, with the ability to forward media to friends, write reviews, bookmark or embed photos and videos.
eMusic CEO David Pakman adds, "Blogs and recommendations from friends are now more relevant in music discovery than what music critics have to say, but what's missing is a place that brings that all together. eMusic is that place."

Thanks to Nick for posting this in his Google Reader.

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