Broadjam Offers Former MP3.com Members Free Membership, Web PagesBroadjam Inc. has issued an invitation to MP3.com’s recently disenfranchised members: Free memberships, free Web pages and an Internet portal to host 12/17/2003 7:00 AM Eastern
Broadjam Inc. has issued an invitation to MP3.com’s recently disenfranchised members: Free memberships, free Web pages and an Internet portal to host musicians' songs. The offer allows eight songs to be uploaded and registered in the Broadjam catalog, eligibility for the Top 10 lists, eligibility, for song reviews and the opportunity to listen to and review music.
“The thousands of songwriters and music executives who already use our Website absolutely love it, and we’re extending the powerful benefits of Broadjam membership to all the musicians who no longer have a home at MP3.com,” said Broadjam founder and CEO Roy Elkins.
“I encourage displaced users to check out Broadjam and discover their remarkable tools and services,” said former MP3.com CTO Delon Dotson. “Broadjam’s site is fabulous, head and shoulders above what’s out there for independent musicians.”
Musicians can signup at www.broadjam.com/signup/mp3.