Newsbrief by Andrew Kameka on Monday November 19, 2012.
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Google has reached a licensing agreement that should make it easier for the company to expand its Play Music download and streaming service in more European countries. Google has secured a licensing deal with Armonia - a group that represents several other licensing entities in France, Italy, and Spain - that will grant Google licensing rights for more than 5.5 million songs. The deal also includes songs from American artists and Sony's Latin division, allowing Google to sell music in and from more than 35 countries.source: Miami Herald