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Day October 29, 2009

Google Launches Music OneBox Search at EMI’s Capitol Studios

Last night, EMI’s Capitol Studios in Hollywood played host to execs from Google, MySpace, LaLa, iLike and artists including Mos Def and members of Linkin Park, One Republic and more for the launch of Google’s OneBox music search feature.  EMI Music’s SVP of Digital Marketing Syd Schwartz welcomed the crowd and participated in a panel discussion [...]

Queen: still rock of choice for sports fans

America’s BMI song rights organisation has crunched the numbers and worked out that Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’ was the most played song at US sporting events last year. So here’s a reminder of this magnificent and timeless classic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAz84ZV7xF0 And the BMI sporting top 10 also includes Blur’s always amazing ‘Song 2′: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlAHZURxRjY