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Warner Music adding social networking to Web sites

 /><img class=After years of watching music fans flood online social networks to interact with their favorite recording artists, the music industry is starting to get serious about adding community features to its own Web sites.

Hoping to become a big player in that effort is networking giant Cisco, which during the Consumer Electronics Show, January 8-11 in Las Vegas, introduced its Eos platform — a set of hosted online tools designed to enable media and entertainment companies to build social networking functions into Web sites.

For record labels, that means adding fan community services to artist sites. warner music Group (WMG) is the [ adding to Web sites (Reuters) by Reuters: Yahoo! Tech].

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