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Topic - David Hyman
"We're essentially Netflix for music," he said. "In the TV, you pay $4.95 a month for MOG, and you get everything on demand, all [the music] you can eat. We've announced partnerships with LG, Samsung and Vizio. MOG will be built into all their flat screens and music players, and we're the only one that has that kind of penetration."
MOG founder and Chief Executive Officer David Hyman, speaking from a noisy South-by-Southwest conference, said, "Consumers love having it built into the TV."