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First Published:  15:08 (04/26/12)  |  Last Updated: 15:08  |  14 hours ago

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Microsoft and MUZU TV have teamed up with the Irish Music Rights Organization (IMRO) to offer a competition for unsigned bands.

The nationwide competition is designed to promote independent Irish music online by challenging unsigned bands to creatively use a suite of Microsoft products, social networking and a smart online presence to promote their band, rise up though the Muzu leader board and compete for a money can’t buy prize.

The competition runs for eight-weeks and the entrant with the biggest online presence when the competition is up will be crowned winner and bag a prize worth over €10,000, consisting of a digital marketing campaign for the band across Microsoft platforms (including Windows Live and MSN), an acoustic session in the MUZU TV studio, and a slot in the line-up at Dublin’s Academy venue on Abbey Street.

The competition ends on June 13.

Bands can enter the competition via at www.facebook.com/unsignedandonline and use their newly created band channel on Muzu.tv to generate views towards winning the competition.

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