PRESSPLAY EXPOSES ITS BACK-END

MP3.com Technology Powers Online Music Subscription Service
MP3.com and Pressplay today announced that MP3.com would provide Pressplay's back-end infrastructure technology, and also become an affiliate of Pressplay’s online music subscription service.

Pressplay plans to use MP3.com's content delivery and subscription management technology for its service, launching later this summer. The online music service company will offer MP3.com users a broad catalog of music, in addition to unique programming through its subscription service.

"MP3.com was a clear choice to provide the backbone of the Pressplay service. Its technology is robust and scalable, providing us with the capacity to rapidly grow our online music subscription service," said Pressplay President and CEO Andy Schuon. "We're also excited to offer our service to the millions of music fans on MP3.com, as a Pressplay affiliate."

"This is an exciting announcement for music fans around the world," said MP3.com President Robin Richards. "The marriage of our infrastructure to Pressplay's music programming content will further demonstrate our strong technology, and importantly, will offer music fans access to an even more compelling music experience at MP3.com. But the most important part of this marriage is we get conjugal visits."

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