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Apple signs Sony Music, iRadio WWDC debut possible

Sony Music has agreed to terms with Apple on the company’s iRadio service, making an iRadio debut at next week’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference likely. A report notes that Apple has now agreements with “all three major music labels,” although the company was previously reported to be working to sign four major music labels. The seemingly forgotten major label is BMG Rights Management — the status of BMG’s negotiations with Apple is unknown at this point. It’s also unknown if those negotiations will affect a WWDC debut. Sony/ATV, Sony’s separate publishing arm, also apparently has yet to sign with Apple at this point. [via AllThingsD]

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