“The 41-year-old New Zealander, who had a knack for promoting emergent talent on the airwaves (including the Arctic Monkeys, Adele and Ed Sheeran),” Lawrence reports, “will present his final show on the BBC on March 5. He will then move to America to take up his position at Apple.”
Lawrence reports, “Apple’s new service will incorporate Beats Music, the streaming service set up by Dr Dre, which the company bought last year for $3bn (£1.9bn).”
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MacDailyNews Take: This is a rather disjointed report, conflating iTunes Radio with the forthcoming “iTunes Music” (née Beats Music) subscription service, but you get the gist.