Last month we witnessed Myspace launch its long awaited Myspace Music service. Users of Myspace can now assemble playlists from a vast collection of music from four major labels and one independent distributor. Users can also stream these songs for free or purchase them free of DRM restrictions thanks to the AmazonMP3 service integration. Myspace Music isn’t the perfect streaming music service, and there are talks of Facebook following suit. We’d like your help in predicting the following: Will Facebook integrate streaming music into its site by the end of this year? If so, via which service/partner will it do so?
- Facebook is the largest social network in the world with well over 100 million monthly active users
- Rival MySpace has recently launched MySpace Music, and is currently more profitable than Facebook
- Facebook is rumored to be partnering with either iLike, imeem, LaLa, or Rhapsody