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At WWDC Apple will unveil its new music service, which combines on-demand streaming, Internet radio and celebrity DJ's to try and lure iTunes' 800 million users into paying $10 a month.
We break down all the Apple TV apps: what you'll find there, how much you'll pay for a subscription, and which cable provider logins are supported.
The CEO of CBS said that he is currently in negotiations about bringing the network's programming to the new Apple TV service, adding "we're very excited about it."
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The pursuit of live, local TV stations may be gumming up the process, and Apple reportedly has no TV programmers on board.
The overhauled app, out today, now offers original content and new features for runners.
This media streamer is fast, well designed, and packed with features.
If you can't decide between Internet radio and on-demand streaming, Rdio's $4 per month plan will give you a bit of both.
The overhauled Beats Music streaming service is rumored to have a social element for musicians.
Warner Music Group says gains in streaming revenue 'more than offset' the decline in downloads.
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Industry sources claim that the revamped music service could come with a free trial, depending on the outcome of Apple's continuing negotiations with music labels.
After dominating the streaming music business, Spotify is reportedly wooing web video creators and mainstream media companies.
Apple is taking heat from rivals like Spotify and the government before its revamped streaming service gets off the ground.
Rumors of a touchscreen Apple TV remote could be a sign of great things to come... if Apple gets it right.