Quietly developing a service which could turn out to be the YouTube of the audio world, Imeem has announced a deal with Universal to bring streaming content from the label onto its service. Universal was the last of the majors to sign up, but now Imeem is in the unique position of offering streaming music from all the big powers of old music.
Universal is delighted to be involved:
Of course, Universal artists' stuff is all over the Imeem service already, in the wrong way, and embeddable (something the official service won't allow). Surprising that the majors can, sometimes, be forgiving about "theft" of music, isn't it?