Motorola, Sony launch iRadio exclusives

Motorola scored another coup in the mobile music market, teaming up with Sony BMG to provide Motorola iRadio users with exclusive content commercially licensed from Sony's catalog. iRadio listeners will be able to access any music from Sony BMG, including up-and-coming bands, current chart-toppers and timeless classics. In addition, Sony BMG will distribute original radio programming that will debut exclusively on iRadio. Motorola has also announced that Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group will provide exclusive artist and genre channels for iRadio.

To read more about Motorola's deal with Sony BMG:
- check out this report from telecoms.com (sub. req.)

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