The BBC has revealed plans to launch its own music streaming service.
The broadcaster outlined its ambition to launch “a new music discovery service” in its new British. Bold, Creative report.
“We have developed a digital music proposal with the music industry, which builds on BBC Music’s Playlister,” explained director-general Tony Hall (pictured). “It would make the 50,000 tracks the BBC broadcasts every month available to listen online, for a limited period.
“Audiences would be able to ...
Register for a Music Week trial to access this article.
Sign up for your digital free trial to Music Week, the no 1 weekly trade magazine for anyone who needs to understand the business of music. For four whole weeks we will provide you with great, in-depth journalism that gets right inside the business of music.Start your free trial