Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Distributors put music to radio problems Apple

Screen Shot 2012 12 04 at 6.23.44 PM Las distribuidoras musicales ponen problemas a la radio de Apple

Several sources within Apple have confirmed, in recent months, the California company that is interested in creating a streaming music service through iTunes. This tool, which could be free and funded through Apple's ad network, iAd, the radio would be similar to those offered by other popular applications like Pandora or Spotify.

At Apple, struggled last year to negotiate with the international music distribution services sync iTunes Match. The same might be encountering difficulties now to incorporate this iTunes music service.

Conditions are unknown Apple is considering to record labels, but if the company is offering a profit sharing of 70% (distributors) - 30% Apple, not surprising that Apple is not finding support. The same problem right now is to nurture future with TV content: the U.S. networks are not willing to accept a profit sharing as abusive as proposed by Apple.

Agreements should have closed last month, but for now the thing does not seem to be on track. This implies that there is little chance that the service sees the light during the first quarter of 2013, as planned.

More- iTunes Match is one year

Source- CNET

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