Music streaming service MOG went live


Music streaming service MOG went live this morning, with all four major labels signed on. The company promises a deep library at a $5 monthly fee, and boasts a service “better than Rhapsody, iTunes and Pandora…combined.” The concept looks really great. To bad it took about 4 minutes to open the homepage.

We’ll see what happens next. We just signed up for a free trial and will post thoughts this afternoon. Here’s a video pitch:

 
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