IDJ RADIO TO STREAM SIX URBAN MUSIC CHANNELS AND ON DEMAND VIDEO CONTENT CONTINUOUSLY TO MOBILE PHONES Def Jam, mSpot and Nokia to host San Francisco party and press reception at Ruby Skye nightclub on October 23rd - with performances by Ne-Yo and The-Dream

NEW YORK and PALO ALTO, Calif., - October 11, 2007 –Island Def Jam Music Group, a unit of Universal Music Group, and mSpot, a pioneer in mobile music and radio, will intro­duce IDJ RADIO, a mobile music subscription service, at a gala press party starring Ne-Yo and The-Dream, to take place the first night of CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2007, on October 23rd at San Francisco’s premier nightclub, Ruby Skye.

IDJ RADIO is a streaming radio service that includes a variety of Urban music as well as on-demand videos from some of today’s hottest artists. The musical focus is contemporary hip-hop/R&B, old school/classics, Reggaeton/Latin hip-hop and special program­ming by featured Island Def Jam artists – as well as music from other labels.

The party, co-sponsored by Island Def Jam Music Group, mSpot and Nokia, will showcase IDJ Radio, along with Nokia’s mobile sharing service MOSH and the new Nokia N810 Internet Tablet. The party will be headlined by performances from RIAA platinum Grammy-nominated Def Jam recording artist and songwriter Ne-Yo, and veteran songwriter-producer turned solo artist The-Dream. DJ Green Lantern will work the turntables for the night. Nokia’s innovative MOSH social sharing site technology will provide party guests with exclusive barcode mobile invites that will be scanned from their mobile phone.

The IDJ RADIO party will climax the first day of activities at the CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment conference at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The three-day event is recognized as the industry’s most compre­hensive showcase for ground-breaking wireless data innovations and creative solutions for enterprise and entertainment.

IDJ RADIO is the result of a two year development between Island Def Jam Music Group and mSpot, whose mobile radio services already stream nearly 100 channels of music, news, sports, finance, entertainment, weather and talk radio to mobile phones across North America. IDJ RADIO will be available to consumers for a monthly fee, directly from their mobile carrier. The service will initially be available on one carrier to be named in the weeks ahead, with multiple carriers to be announced in the future.

About mSpot
mSpot's groundbreaking mobile music, radio and movie services enable carriers to deliver exciting, consumer-centric entertainment to mobile phones. mSpot has been pioneering mobile multimedia entertainment since launching the first mobile streaming radio service in April 2005. Today, more than one million consumers across North America use mSpot’s services to discover, manage, purchase, and enjoy music, live radio, podcasts, videos, and movies from the biggest names in entertainment, including ABC Radio Networks, Buena Vista VOD, ClearChannel, FOX Sports Radio, Lionsgate, Marketwatch, Radio Disney and Universal Pictures. mSpot powers entertainment services in the U.S. for Sprint, Boost and U.S. Cellular and in Canada for TELUS and Bell Mobility. Founded in 2004, mSpot is a privately held company headquartered in Palo Alto, California and on the Web at

Note to press:
IDJ Radio, along with Nokia’s mobile sharing service MOSH and new Nokia N810 Internet Tablet to be showcased at Oct. 23rd press event at Ruby Sky in San Francisco