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News: Sorry Amazon & Google, Apple Music Service Will Be Cooler - and Licensed
Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2011 @ 14:14:15 UTC
Topic: Internet

If the reports are true, Apple has locked in licensing deals with two of the four major labels for its long-rumored cloud music service. According to CNET, EMI is the latest to officially sign on, joining Warner Music Group, which reportedly finalized agreements with Apple last month. And deals with Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group are "close." If true, that would put Apple well on track to unveil some kind of cloud service at its June 6 developers conference. What would set Apple's locker apart from the others already launched by Google and Amazon are its label deals. Licenses mean Apple can offer a scan-and-match service, which would let users stream all songs from a common library in the cloud rather than upload their tracks to individual lockers. Complete Article





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