Apple Music reportedly headed towards South Korean launch
According to a new report, Apple may have its eyes set on South Korea as an upcoming launch market for Apple Music. Specifically, The Korea Herald reports that Apple has already struck a licensing deal with the Federation of Korean Music Performers.
From The Korea Herald:
As the report notes, however, the Federation of Korean Music Performers is just one of the organizations with which Apple will have to reach a deal. Apple will also have to strike agreements with a number other entities, including the Korea Music Copyright Association and the Recording Industry Association of Korea and more.
Apple Music, which is set to see a redesign later this fall, is currently available in 118 countries in total. As of the last official count, the service also boast 15 million paid subscribers.
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