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Beats Music Coming on Windows Mobile Platforms on January 21

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    As announced by the Beats Music Official, the new music streaming subscription service officially launches windows mobile platforms on January 21, 2014.
    Beats Music developers: Jimmy Iovine, Dr. Dre, Luke Wood, Trent Reznor, and Ian Rogers say that the main goal in Beats music is in two main questions: “What should I listen to?” and “what song comes next?” they promise fans that Beats Music will definitely answer these 2 questions.
    All music lovers and fans will be invited to a free trial of Beats Music, after which a $9.99/month subscription fee will apply. It will be available on 21st of January.
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    Music Curated Just for You
    Beats Music features a vast catalog of more than 20 million fully licensed songs from all the major labels, including Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Music Group, as well as all independent labels– managed and maintained by a team of music experts with hundreds of years of curatorial expertise. Led by radio programming vet Julie Pilat, the Beats Music genre lead curation team includes:

    • Former Pitchfork Media editor-in-chief Scott Plagenhoef
    • Former digital content director at XXL Carl Chery
    • Veteran Detroit radio music director Suzy Cole
    • Recording Academy music blogger Arjan Writes
    • Former Rhino Records A&R Director Mason Williams
    • Los Angeles hip-hop radio personality Fuzzy Fantabulous
    • Country music writer Ken Tucker
    • Former Programmer of L.A.’s hugely successful Latino 96.3, Jerry Pullés

    Beats Music also features a comprehensive collection of editorialized playlists from some of the most well-respected music brands in the world, including Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, DJ Mag, Country Weekly, Hot97/Power 106, among many others.

    The service says it will provide users with multiple ways to find the right song at the right time by taking advantage of key features including:
    • Just For You: A personalized selection of albums and playlists delivered at least 4 times a day to each user. Selections are delivered based on users’ musical preferences, time of day, activity, and additional cultural and contextual clues.
    • Right Now: A continuous playlist compiled from users’ answers to four specific questions about their location, their activity, their surroundings, and their musical preference at that moment.
    • Highlights: Beats Music editorial staff-recommend playlists or albums compiled based on time of year, news, cultural milestones, and new releases worth noting.
    • Find It: An enhanced browsing function that lets users seek out playlists [and individual songs] by genre, activity or curator.

    Artist-Friendly
    Beats Music is committed to the principle that music has real value and will be acting accordingly by paying the same royalty rate to all content owners major and indie alike, while simultaneously providing a platform for fan interaction.

    AT&T Collaboration
    Through an exclusive deal with AT&T, Beats Music will be available to AT&T wireless customers on a multiline account for $14.99 a month. AT&T and Beats Music make it easy for families to enjoy the music they love all under one plan. Up to five family members across 10 devices can access the Beats Music service and get their own personal music on their own personal devices.
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