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Apple Music could see original video content from J.J. Abrams and R. Kelly

In a new interview, Apple Music's Jimmy Iovine said that while his plans for video on the service focus on music at the moment, discussions have taken place to broaden Apple Music's horizons.

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Jimmy Iovine offers insight into Apple Music's video plans

Jimmy Iovine recently sat down for an interview in which he spoke about Apple's approach to bringing video to Apple Music.

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Jimmy Iovine comes under fire for controversial comments about women

After speaking about a new Apple Music ad in an interview with CBS This Morning, Jimmy Iovine has come under fire for some more than questionable comments about women.

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Jony Ive and Jimmy Iovine to speak at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit

Apple design guru Jony Ive and Beats' Jimmy Iovine are set to speak at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit, which will take place from October 5 through October 7.

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How Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre hope to shape the future of the music industry

Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre recently opened up about their ambitious program that hopes to train the next generation of creative executives to help the music industry avoid stagnation.

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Jimmy Iovine once again pushes for human curation, sees its value in TV

In yet another new interview, Apple's Jimmy Iovine has spoken at length on the importance of human curation for music, while also touching on its potential usefulness in other mediums, particularly TV.

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Jimmy Iovine talks curation versus algorithms, Taylor Swift in new interview

In a new interview Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine, one of the architects of Apple Music, gives his thoughts on the importance of human curation in music, and his reaction to Taylor Swift's letter.

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Apple's deal for HBO Now secured with help from Eddy Cue and Jimmy Iovine

Apple executives Eddy Cue and Jimmy Iovine both played important parts in bringing HBO Now to Apple devices.

HBO Now, which launched earlier today on the Apple TV, as well as the iPhone and iPad, lets viewers what HBO content without a cable subscription. While HBO had already been thinking about Apple as a possible launch partner for HBO Now, Iovine, who used to work with HBO CEO Richard Plepler at Warner Music, encouraged him to pursue the deal.

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Jimmy Iovine reportedly in talks with artists for exclusive iTunes albums

Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine is reportedly speaking to artists about doing exclusive albums for Apple. The goal is apparently to repeat the success of Beyoncé when she released her self-titled album exclusively on iTunes at the end of last year. However, record labels may be a hurdle that Apple and Iovine need to clear before any deals are made.

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Jimmy Iovine talks Apple's 'hole in music' in new interview

In a new interview, Jimmy Iovine goes a bit into detail on how he sold Beats to Apple. Iovine, who has been named one of GQ's Men of the Year, says that he sold Apple on his music streaming service by offering to fix problems that the company had developed in music.

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