Billboard, the weekly magazine that compiles the most vital song charts in the music industry, is tapping Facebook to discover the latest hot tunes.
The publication - a division of Nielsen Business Media - has struck a deal with iLike, an application within Facebook that lets users download and share music, to create a new chart based on the popularity of songs on the social networking site.
Facebook offers an online community MORElblakely - Oct 23, 2007 9:02 AM ET
L.A.-based MySpace has officially arrived in Silicon Valley.
But from the look of the social network's soiree Wednesday night following the first day of the Web 2.0 Summit, the company hasn't left Beverly Hills far behind. MySpace hosted the invite-only party at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to celebrate the company's new office in the city.
Hired models swilled champagne on a white shag carpet next to the likes of MORElblakely - Oct 18, 2007 2:23 PM ET
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