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Deezer looking for a D.E.A.L. to R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A.

Brian Heater
12.21.12
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Deezer's been making a fair amount of noise around the world over the past week, and now the French company is looking to bring its block rockin' beats to the States. That news comes straight from the mouth of the company's chief executive, Axel Dauchez, who told The Wall Street Journal that Deezer's "looking for a partner in the US" to help the music streamer pick up a significant number of subscribers and justify the "unbelievably high" cost to enter the market in this country. According to Dauchez, the company has been in talks about such a deal for months now, in order to compete on a more level playing field with the likes of Spotify, Rhapsody and Rdio.

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