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Project Playlist, a Palo, Alto, Calif.-based service that allows you to create and share playlists, has signed up EMI Music, a move that will allow users access to EMI’s catalog. They previously ran afoul of record labels but seem to have made peace with them. Earlier […]

projectplaylistProject Playlist, a Palo, Alto, Calif.-based service that allows you to create and share playlists, has signed up EMI Music, a move that will allow users access to EMI’s catalog. They previously ran afoul of record labels but seem to have made peace with them. Earlier this year, Project Playlist signed up the Sony BMG label. I like these kinds of socially aware playlist companies because they allow me to not only listen to my favorite tunes, but to discover new artists. (Related: More playlist startups.)

  1. That’s good news for the site and a great time to announce it; right as Last.fm announce a payment plan for users since they can no longer provide free radio services for anyone outside of the United States, United Kingdom or Germany. http://blog.last.fm/2009/03/24/lastfm-radio-announcement

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  2. I saw that Coxy. I think the audience is going to shift a little bit now. Hopefully the guys at Playlist will now get an API going for all those unhappy scrobblers!

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