Facebook planning its own streaming service after putting music
Facebook is planning to launch its own streaming music service, according to reports.
The company is in early talks to build a competitor to Spotify and Apple Music, according to Music Ally. The service is likely to follow an initial launch of ad-supported music videos – part of Facebook’s plans to take on YouTube, which have also seen it launch auto-playing videos and seen views rise hugely.
The streaming service isn’t set to launch for some time, unnamed sources told the FAN site. The company hasn’t yet decided on a business model or a launch timetable, they said.
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