The remaining half of digital music company Mog Music Network has been sold to the Townsquare Media Group, which owns a collection of small US radio stations and music web sites.
After half of the digital music company was sold to Beats Electronics for $14 million back in July, AllThingsD reported yesterday that the rest of the company has been sold for a rumoured $10 million.
Mog will be renamed Townsquare Media and in a statement, Townsquare’s chief executive Steven ...
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