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MOG's Streaming Music Service Coming to LG Electronics

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MOG recently announced that its streaming music service will soon be available on LG Electronics' Internet connected devices through LG's new SmartTV platform on HDTVs and Blu-ray Disc players. After selecting the MOG application, music lovers can search, browse and play millions of songs.

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LG customers accessing MOG on their HDTVs or Blu-ray players will enjoy the following features:

On-demand streaming: Unlimited, ad-free listening to any artist, album, or song at any time.
Simple search and browsing designed for the remote control: MOG developed a 10-foot user interface to provide high-quality and simple navigation of albums, artists or songs for instant playing and easy browsing of charts, editor's picks and new releases.

MOG radio: Only MOG offers the patent-pending "MOG Mobius" music discovery engine, which enables users to switch between true "artist only" radio or a full mix of similar artists.

MOG will also be available on LG's new "SmartTV Upgrader," a set top box that gives any television with an HDMI input the ability to access the LG SmartTV platform.

Mog_music_service_on_TV.gifMOG currently offers a 14-day free trial after which users can choose one of the following subscription plans:

$9.99 per month MOG Primo: Access to MOG on consumer electronic devices such as LG SmartTV enabled HDTVs and Blu-ray players, online, or through the MOG app on iPhone and Android phones, all via a single MOG account.

$4.99 per month MOG Basic: Access to MOG on LG SmartTV enabled HDTVs and Blu-ray players and online at mog.com.

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