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In January 2007 it was nominated for Best Website at the NME Awards.
At the end of April 2007, rumours of negotiations between CBS and emerged, suggesting that CBS intended to purchase for about £225 million.
On , it was acquired by CBS Interactive for UK£140 million (US0 million).
The current website was developed from two separate sources: and Audioscrobbler, which were merged in 2005.
The sites also shared many community forums, although a few were unique to each site.
The old Audioscrobbler site at the domain name was wholly merged into the new site on 9 August 2005.
On 13 December 2012, it was announced that will discontinue radio service after January 2013 to subscribers in all countries except the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Brazil.
Input could come through an Audioscrobbler plugin or a station.was launched as a separate development-oriented site on 5 September 2005.However, at the very bottom of each of the pages there was an Audioscrobbler "slogan", which changes each time the page is refreshed.The site name takes advantage of a domain hack using .fm, the top level domain of Micronesia, popular with FM radio related sites.The "love" and "ban" buttons allowed users to gradually customise their profiles.