Apple Music Will Not Be Streaming The Beatles Catalog | Music News
It has emerged today that Apple Music won’t allow subscribers to stream the entire iTunes Store, and The Beatles discography will be part of the exceptions. It was revealed the company hasn’t managed to finalize an agreement with Apple Corps, the multimedia corporation started by The Beatles in 1968. The band’s catalog was only made available on iTunes Store in 2010, seven years after the online store first launched. It will be possible to subscribe to the streaming platform starting from the end of this month, with a $9.99 monthly subscription.
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