Live365: An Internet radio network where members can create their own station or listen to other Live365 broadcasters online stations. MySpace: The original social networking Web site. Napster: Online music service with both a subscription service and a pay-per-track purchasing option with over 8 million songs.
ReverbNation: A social networking site for musicians, bands, producers, and venues to collaborate and communicate. Rhapsody: An online music service, available in the U.S. Only. SongCast: A music distribution network where you can get your songs sold on iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, Napster, and so on. CDBaby: Touted as the worlds largest online distributor of indie music, and a company run by musicians, for musicians. Facebook: A social networking Web site where you customize your own site for you or your band, post music for listening purposes, add friends, and create a fan base of gigantic proportions. Just make sure you have filed the copyright papers for your songs before you share them with the world. Remember, also, that not only is the Internet a great way for others to hear your songs, its also a good way for you to check out what other songwriters are up to and whats new on the scene. ISounds: Where both artist and listening fans hook up online for an easy way to discover and stream new music. ITunes: A digital media player and online music retailer, not just for music, but also movies, TV shows, and more. Grooveshark: A place where you can listen to practically any song you want for free, and where you can promote your own music, create ads, and share your songs for more exposure. NValeo: A virtual video delivery system that not only combines television, the Internet, and social media, but allows you to create and transmit high-definition media content and music videos over the Internet and provide fan access for your live streaming events.