Los Angeles-based social networking site MySpace has launched a new web site, focused on karoake and allowing users to express themselves online, the firm said Tuesday. The new site, which is powered by kSolo, a provider of online karoake tools and services, allows MySpace members to sing, record, and share their favorite songs with their friends. According to MySpace, the service only requires a microphone and internet connection, and will allow members to save up to ten songs on their MySpace profile for free. Financial terms of the deal with kSolo were not disclosed. The service launches today in the U.S., and will roll out internationally in coming months.
Top NewsTuesday, April 29, 2008
MySpace Launches Karaoke Site