Hurray! (HRAY) signs deal with major music labels

by: David Strahlberg

Hurray!, (ticker: HRAY), a Chinese wireless value added service provider, announced
agreements with Warner Music, EMI and Ocean Butterflies Music. HRAY
will offer their music through its color ring back tone (RBT) and
interactive voice response (NYSE:IVR) services. Why is this important? [Copied with permission from The China Stock Blog.]

Last week, Tom Online (ticker: TOMO) announced
that RBT and IVR drove the company's business in Q4, and the company
expected continued strong market demand for those services in 2005.

Hurray! also announced that that it had acquired the exclusive right to
distribute a song called ''Spy Xiao Qiang'' in its wireless value-added
services.  According to the company, it is thus far one of the most popular songs distributed through
the Internet in China in 2005.  Hurray! intends to use this song in its WAP,
CRBT, IVR and Multimedia Messaging Services (NYSE:MMS) services.


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