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In 2006, MTV launched Urge, a Spotify-style music subscription service, then apparently decided it would take too long to reach profitability; it dropped from sight after being spun off into a separate company in 2010.
Billboard · 7/17/2015
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The local council has issued a 'don't co-operate' plea to hamper the recording of 'Ibiza Shore' by MTV. Tourism chiefs say they will do nothing to help and have told the programme's producer they are totally against the …
Mirror · 7/22/2015
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MTV Crashes was a hit with the county's young people on Wednesday ... but if anyone has any information on who he is, I would urge them to come forward. "I had my back to the stage when it happened; a mosh pit …
North Devon Journal · 7/27/2015
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"To avoid any disappointment I urge people to ensure they have fully read and understood ... and conditions available on the Visit Plymouth website www.visitplymouth.co.uk/MTV Children under the age of 16 must be …
THE Herald · 7/23/2015
MTV Crashes Plymouth
Two years after Apple Computer's iTunes began its domination of the online music service market, Microsoft and its partners have finally mounted a compelling challenge. Today, MTV Networks' URGE service debuts alongside Windows Media Player (WMP) …
Windows IT Pro · 5/16/2006
If you’ve got the urge to splurge on digital music and aren’t one of the 50 million people who’ve purchased an iPod, MTV wants you. This week, the cable entertainment giant launched its long-in-the-works download service Urge with partner Microsoft.
Boston · 5/20/2006
“Microsoft has spent the last few years getting smacked around by Apple in the digital-music market, and it must be getting tired of this treatment. So it’s doing something drastic: It’s throwing its own MSN Music store under the bus and launching a ...
Macdaily News · 5/21/2006
MTV and Microsoft will be releasing the URGE music and video downloading service Wednesday. URGE will have more than 2 million songs for download at $.99 each or $9.95 for entire albums. There will also be an unlimited download plan for $9.95 or $14.95.
Gizmodo · 5/15/2006
MTV Networks, RealNetworks and Verizon Wireless announced a joint venture Tuesday morning, which will unite the companies' digital music offerings with Real's Rhapsody service. MTV's URGE service will be shut down, but customers can migrate over to …
Beta News · 8/21/2007
Since Apple's iTunes music service first dominated the music download service market, so far no one has succeeded in making much of a dent, even with services such as Yahoo Inc. and Napster that both offer an unlimited download subscription plan.
Myce · 5/18/2006
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