Sonos and LG Add MOG Music


The streaming music service will soon pop up on Sonos, as well as LG SmartTV products.

Mar. 08, 2011 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Need more music in your repertoire? Try adding a little MOG to your musical diet. MOG just announced that it would soon start streaming its music service on Sonos devices as well as LG’s SmartTV platform.

MOG promises millions of songs, at 320Kbps speeds. Under MOG’s simple navigation, listeners will find selections based on artists, albums and songs, as well as listings of charts, new releases and editors’ picks. Another feature is on-demand streaming, which boasts unlimited, add-free music at any time.

One other feature is MOG radio, which has the MOG Mobius “discovery engine.” This allows users to flip between artist-only stations and a mix of similar artists.

MOG will be available on Sonos Multi-Room Music Systems this spring. It will also be part of LG’s SmartTV platform, which can be found on select HDTVs and Blu-ray players, as well as LG’s new SmartTV Upgrader set-top box.

Once you have the device, you’ll also need a MOG subscription. The company offers a free 14-day trial. After that, LG users can pay $4.99 for the MOG Basic account. If you want to get the service on Sonos or add in your cell phone, you’ll need the MOG Primo account, which costs $9.99 per month. To get a glimpse of how the service works, check out MOG on mobiles in the video walkthrough below.

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