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  1. Spotify vs Apple Music

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    If you’re a music fan you, having access to a streaming service is close to being a must these days-but there is so much to choose from. Spotify vs Apple Music- which is better?   There are more than a few services on the market and each has its own way of doing things. Two of the most...
  2. Canada to Host Apple Music’s Beats 1 Streaming Radio Every Saturday this July at 2pm

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    This month, Canada will be taking the stage at Apple Music’s Beats 1 online streaming radio station for 5 consecutive Saturdays. The show, which will start at 2 pm ET, kicked off last weekend with George Stroumboulopoulos at the helm. According to online reports, Beats 1 has held...
  3. Apple Music Is Now Available on Google’s Android

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    This Tuesday, Apple made a move in their quest to rule the online music streaming world and made Apple Music, the company’s music streaming service openly available to Google’s Android users. So, if you have a mobile phone that operates on an Android operating system and you’d like all the...
  4. Spotify and Rogers to Bring Fido Customers Free Two-Year Premium Subscription

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    This spring, Rogers and the streaming music service Spotify will unite to give Fido customers a free 24-month subscription to Spotify Premium. Details are yet to be determined, but it is likely that the offer will come with new contracts signed when Fido launches their rebranding in April...
  5. Astral to launch a streaming music service

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    Montreal based Astral Radio said this week that it has signed agreements with four major music labels and a number of independent producers which will enable the company to launch an on-demand streaming music and music video service in Canada. Few details were provided by the company except to...
  6. Zune Music Marketplace coming in October

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    Microsoft Canada has announced that it will be expanding its Zune Music Marketplace next Monday October 3rd along with the Zune Music Pass. The company says the Music Marketplace now offers more than 14 million songs from the four major labels - EMI, Warner Music Group, Sony BMG and Universal...