In a move which expands its distribution, Los Angeles-based AudioMicro, the provider of stock audio clips and music, said it has inked a partnership with Microsoft to include a link to its service via Windows Live Movie Maker. AudioMicro said Microsoft is including it in the newly updated release of the software, used by Windows users to create their own videos. The deal is the second with Microsoft for AudioMicro, which is headed by Ryan Born; the firm already has a deal with Microsoft Office 2010 for similar links to its content. AudioMicro offers up royalty-free, stock music and sound effects. The company is venture backed by DFJ Frontier and Fotolia.
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AudioMicro Inks Deal For Windows Live Movie Maker Link