MySpace launches the next phase of the company’s music offering with a wave of new products and tools now available to artists and fans. Today MySpace begins the global rollout of a new comprehensive MySpace Music Video experience, the MySpace Artist Dashboard – a free data and analytics tool for artists globally – and the ability for users to purchase music on iTunes.
The launch of MySpace Music Videos offers fans one of the most comprehensive online collections of music videos available anywhere. MySpace’s Music Video catalogue includes fully licensed music video content from all of the company’s major and independent label partners.
Product functionality of MySpace Music Videos includes:
- New Music Video hub within MySpace Music
- Music Video recommendations based on what your friends are watching
- Browse via A-Z Video search for easy consumption, discovery, and sharing
- New Video player with dynamically targeted “Buy” buttons provided as part of Auditude’s video ad management platform
- Entire artist Music Video catalogues available in artist music players (alongside “Albums” tab)
- iLike now features MySpace’s Music Video catalogue within all partner websites
Also today, MySpace Music introduced the MySpace Artist Dashboard in beta – a free, comprehensive data dashboard for all artists and labels globally which unlocks detailed analytics about their content within the MySpace community. Every global artist with a MySpace profile will have free access to the Artist Dashboard starting today.
Product functionality of the new MySpace Artist Dashboard includes:
- Unlimited access to charts, graphs, and snapshots of MySpace Music data for all global artists
- Data includes fan geography, song plays, profile views, friend count, and profile visitors
- Trending data available for 7 day and 30 day glances
- iLike integration into MySpace Artist Dashboard provides top-level data from iLike’s partner networks
- Artist Dashboard is available in 17 languages in over 20 territories
Additionally, MySpace Music users can now purchase and download music on iTunes in addition to Amazon MP3, and MP3 ringtones via Jamster.