Facebook music? by djtanner
Facebook, the online social community craze, could use the upcoming ad:tech convention in New York City to announce their latest (rumored) music component, Facebook Music, suggests Co-Ed Magazine.com. The speculation follows possible “top-secret meetings between the website and high-level representatives at each of the four major labels,” according to the site. This new feature, which is said to be similar to programs such as iTunes and MySpace Music, would use artist pages to let fans, “play music, watch videos, upload pictures, add music to their page, receive tour information and interact with other fans.” Held this year at the New York Hilton from November 5-8, the ad:tech, an interactive advertising and technology conference, will showcase a number of keynote speakers and workshops concerning the fields of marketing and technology.