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– BBC Introducing: The Beeb says 20,000 unsigned music artists have used its Uploader, a tool designed to share new music with BBC Radio st…

BBC Introducing: The Beeb says 20,000 unsigned music artists have used its Uploader, a tool designed to share new music with BBC Radio stations via the BBC Introducing project. Release.

Jobsite: DMGT’s recruitment searcher has got itself Freesat carriage. Its service is accessible via DMGT stablemate Teletext’s Channel 986 for consumers whose box is wired to broadband (so, not many). Coming soon – videos. Via Onrec.

Demand Five: The broadcaster’s VOD brand got 25 percent more views (6.8 million) in March – thanks to new syndication deals with SeeSaw and YouTube, it says via NMA. But are they financially lucrative?

Last.fm indies: Despite this month scrapping on-demand full-track music from its site, Last.fm is doing a partial about-turn – now it will let only unsigned acts offer their full tracks for play – but it won’t pay royalties. Announcement.

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