"SeeqPod, the popular 'playable media' search service that many music sites use as the foundation for their core offering, has filed a petition for Chapter 11 yesterday….

with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Northern District of California," reports Robin Wauters at TechCrunch.

Seems like the Bay Area start-up has been crushed by record companies who have launched major lawsuits. 

Last April, I interviewed Seeqpod co-founder and CEO Kasian Franks. I've republished the interview today.

Andy Plesser