Webjay Joins DeadPool, Yahoo Scores Hat Trick For May

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webjay.pngMusic playlist sharing site Webjay, acquired by Yahoo in January 2006, will be closing June 30 according to a message that has appeared on the site.

The announcement gives Yahoo a hat trick of closure announcements for May, Webjay joining Yahoo Photos and Yahoo Auctions in the TechCrunch DeadPool.

Founded by Lucas Gonze, Webjay allowed users to publish music playlists on the web. Media players such as WinAmp and Windows Media Player could then be given a list of songs to play from locally stored music or via web streaming.

No reasons have been given for the closure. Alexa traffic data for Webjay shows a gradual decline in traffic from a peak in early 2006.

(via Search Engline Land)

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