“However, the music storage part of the iCloud, due to launch in the US around September time, will not be coming to the UK until at least quarter one of 2012,” Barnett reports. “A spokesman for the Performing Right Society (PRS), which ensures that composers, songwriters and music publishers are paid for their work, told The Telegraph, that negotiations with Apple about ensuring rights in the UK had started but were at a ‘very early stage.’”
Barnett reports, “A music executive at one of the major record labels, who wished to remain unnamed, said: ‘Tentative talks have begun between the major labels and Apple in the UK. However, all talks are at the really early stages and no one expects to see the cloud music service live on this side of the pond until 2012.’”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Lava_Head_UK" for the heads up.]