Correction: The headline of this story incorrectly identified IODA as a label.
MySpace Music has signed a deal that will bring independent music artists to the site. And boy does Rupert Murdoch's upstart music service want to ballyhoo this announcement.
IODA, a company that aggregates and distributes digital music for indie artists, said Wednesday that it has agreed to supply more than a 1 million tracks to MySpace Music. Terms of the deal were not released.
In the month since MySpace Music launched, the indie community has bashed the service for not offering the same kind of favorable terms … Read more