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BlueTunes Finds A Savior In Online Storage Provider MiMedia

January 28th, 2011 01:44 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Earlier this month, I reported on the imminent shutdown of BlueTunes, which provided a solution to upload locally stored music to the cloud. Turns out someone sorta kinda threw BlueTunes a lifeline right before it hit the deadpool.

Online storage startup MiMedia has reached an agreement with BlueTunes for its users to become subscribers of its online music storage offering, and more.

The transaction closed earlier this week. Terms were not disclosed.

Erik Zamkoff, MiMedia founder and CEO, says BlueTunes users will be provided with the same functionality they previously enjoyed, while also enhancing their ability to store and access not only music but also photos, videos and other files via the cloud.

Former blueTunes users will be able to access their data via the MiMedia website (using their blueTunes username and password) starting January 31.

Source: BlueTunes Finds A Savior In Online Storage Provider MiMedia

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