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Grooveshark Partners with Naxos to Offer Classical Music

August 21, 2008

Grooveshark, the peer-to-peer music sharing site is in partnership with Naxos, a leading classical music label. Now you can access the likes of Chopin, Mozart and Bach on Grooveshark’s network.

Grooveshark, which compensates copyright holders within its music-sharing network, is expanding its services and its musical selections, incorporating all kinds of music genres for a broader potential audience. Naxos will introduce another 5,000 titles to Grooveshark’s catalog. As Naxos is looking to gain a new generation of classical music lovers, it’s chosen Grooveshark for reaching out to those heavily involved in digital music sharing. This deal could also bring about additional compensation methods for the copyright holders of music represented by Naxos.

Grooveshark’s unique method for the selling and reselling of content includes identifying trusted members and offering PayPal as an option for compensation.

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