London – CBS-owned (NYSE: CBS) social
music discovery and radio service announced on Tuesday that it is
discontinuing the on-demand song streaming service on its website, which had
been available for the past two years in the U.S.,
U.K. and Germany, and
will no longer host music videos. The changes will not affect’s
flagship Web radio stations. The company also said a number of new digital
music services will now support "scrobbling" of tracks to users’ charts. They include Spotify, The Hype Machine, MOG, We7 and Vevo.


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