Facebook is planning to launch an online music service of its own at its F8 developer conference on Sept. 22.Jon Fortt, a technology reporter for CNBC, said Wednesday morning on the show “Fast Money Halftime Report” that Facebook would enter the increasingly competitive market for online music at F8, which will be held in San Francisco.
In the next month will be a great for music, “Fortt said on CNBC.” I am someone you trust in the plans that Facebook plans to listen to restart its music service in the long rumored at the conference F8 September 22. Now it is likely that Facebook really seems to host the music, but with others, to do so. “Facebook officials were not available Wednesday for comment on the report not CNBC.
Fortt in a blog on the CNBC website developed, states that “Facebook has not tried to become a retailer of music in itself, really, but it can create an environment where a third party music services like Pandora, Spotify, MOG and others hawk their wares. ”
If Facebook is not reported as Fortt, it would be a platform for services like Pandora, MOG Spotify and reach more users than Facebook has about 750 million users. Google, which launched its beta software with Google Music in May – This would be more competitive with the same pit of growing competition from Facebook.
Beta Google Music allows users to download songs they have on the cloud, so that they can play music streamed over the Internet. Amazon Cloud Drive offers a service similar to Google Music beta, but Amazon sells music online as well.