Aspiro signs letter of intent for music streaming service in Ireland
Aspiro Music has today signed a letter of intent with one of Ireland's largest operators, to launch a music streaming service in the Irish market . L aunch of the service is expected this fall.
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Aspiro's Music business had sales of some 50 million SEK in 2010, and Aspiro 's goal is to reach at least 150% growth in 2011.
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Aspiro in Brief
Aspiro has unique positioning as the world's only provider of both streaming music and TV services delivered as a complete hosted white label service to partners. Aspiro also delivers its WiMP music service directly to consumers on selected markets. Aspiro utilize over ten years mobile technology and retail experience, delivering its premium services to companies worldwide including Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica O2, Telenor, 3, TeliaSonera, BBC, Aftonbladet, mBlox, TVNorge, Entel and VG. Aspiro is listed on the Nasdaq OMX Stock Exchange in Stockholm. 2010 sales for continuing operations were SEK 262 m and the company has some 115 employees.